[newsimage]http://static.rankone.nl/images_posts/2011/06/TRv2mC.jpg[/newsimage]Those who illegally stream videos online in the U.S. may soon find their actions labeled a felony, facing far more severe legal and financial consequences than ever before. Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/news/felony-streaming-bill-one-step-closer-to-becoming-law-46907/](http://www.myce.com/news/felony-streaming-bill-one-step-closer-to-becoming-law-46907/) Please note that the reactions from the complete site will be synched below.
Typical of the Mrrkin Government.
They give money, weapons and tranining to Terrorists (Moujahadin now Al Kieda), glady look the other way to Drug Lords and anybody that might shoot back.
But stream a rerun of Gilligan’s Island or the Beverly Hillbillies and you’re Public Enemy Number 1.
If this is a law they plan to enforce then they had better start building prisons now to hold all those felony criminals streaming video across the web. We have idiots running this country. They continue to fiddle while Rome burns down around them.
build all the new prisons in Texas that way when Rick Perry has Texas secede from the union they will be a Texas problem.
He does that then the even more people will move there. It is about the only state that is creating a substantial amount of new jobs. Texas has created around 40% of ALL new jobs since Obama was elected.
What Texas seceding ??? Show me the Way to Texas Here we come