I'd go with the other hand -- byzantine, dangerous, AND vulnerable to America's far right Christian version of sharia. Keep the law, and Congress, as far away from the internet as possible.
Today, I'm thinking about amending the Constitution to directly address Internet issues. On one hand, it would finally give the U.S. a modern legislative guide to the web. On the other, given the lack of technical understanding in Congress, I'm afraid that any amendment our elected officials would produce would be far too byzantine and dangerous. Thoughts?
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