I an very concerned with the concept that you can pass enough laws to prevent anyone from doing anything that some corporation might not like. The very existance of the human species assures that someone somewhere will break some law at some point in time. I don’t think those who established the US Government intended that people be supressed for the sake of a few corporations. The problem with this trend of creating laws upon laws to protect creative materials is that they start reaching beyond the capacity of humans to have choices period. We live in an age where incredible technoligical advances are rapidly taking place and there will always be the possibility that people will use some product or gimmick for some illegal purpose. The problem is that when one industry starts buying legistlation that stiffles the focus of other industries things get off balance and freedoms are directly effected. I think the entertainment inductry has gone way to far and it is time congress put a stop to it. Can you imagine a day when your vehicle has a chip that only allows it to go the speed limit? God forbid you have to get away from a car jacker. Can you imagine the day when you have to have a chip worn on your wrist to turn on the oven becasue someone decided it was dangerous? The day is already here where your internet communications and privacy are issues. Government agencies can invade your privacy under the guize of protecting the homeland and employers have free access to your medical and other records. There was a day when the public was given the benefit of the doubt. Humans were allowed to make choices. If they crossed the line then they were treated like criminals. Today it seems that the assumption is that if you are a citizen then you will do illegal things given the opportunity. We now stiffle technology, pass laws that restrict freedoms and work as a society to adversely effect free thinking. Why is the USA promoting freedoms throught the world and then rationalizing the slow death of freedoms at home. There will always be some rationale for security, but the idea that we are denied access to technology or have to pay a higher price to acquire it for the sake of corporations campaigning for a larger share of money is not a credible justification. If the entertainment industry can not survive without suing citizens, forcing manufacturers to change technology in their favor or brain washing our children in public schools perhaps we should consider how things would be in the hands of other entities. I may be totally wrong, but I think citizens across the planet have just about had enough of the maneuvering and whining from the entertainment industries. The MPAA and RIAA are not entities we have to live with or run from.