Comments on the state’s legislative website have been critical.
Leslie Wheeler writes: “First of all, Illinois does not have jurisdiction over the entirety of the Internet. Illinois has jurisdiction over Illinois. … This means the only thing this bill would actually succeed in doing is driving Internet-related business … out of the state.”
Matthew Callejo, meanwhile, writes: “I’m sorry, I thought this was America.”
And this, from Michael Harmon: “What is with government officials these days continually trying to take freedom and privacy out of the equation. It seems to be getting worse everyday.”
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Birdofterror wrote:Oh boy, another attack on the internet. Let's see how many inches it can crawl before it's beaten to death with pure rage.
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