As with most techno-morons Hatch doesn't have a clue that if he allows the RIAA, MPAA to do this then how does one distinquish that from all the evil wicked man and nasty hackers out there or those cyberTERRORISTS that are plotting to destroy our cyberinfrastructure with their nefarious schemes. Whomever does what still means that somebody must expend the resources to investigate. As with the "Terrorist Information Awareness"probram, TECHNO-BOZO Hatch doesn't have a clue about Pfa or PD and how too many Pfa's mean that too many resources get used up that eventually the system becomes ineffective.
"John Zulauf" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sent by: email@example.com
06/20/2003 08:23 AM
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Subject: Re: [dvd-discuss] Sen. Hatch supports remote destruction
I'm sorry... it *has* to be said...
"what a Hatch-et job!" (or is that a job for a hatchet... the eyeballs
Thanks to Orrin "if thine P2P PC offends thee, pluck it out" Hatch for
the wake-up call. It's about time the public realizes what the MPAA/RIAA
are really asking for. (and it's not just the Sudatenland, either Mr.
"James S. Tyre" wrote:
> Not that I would ever make light of a serious subject, but some might wish
> to read:
> Senator Hatch Introduces Bill to Burn People's Eyes Out
> Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) today introduced legislation authorizing the
> use of high-powered microwave lasers to burn out the eyes of non-paying
> viewers of copyrighted material. "If we could develop technology which
> just burned out the parts of their brains where the illegal memories are
> stored, that'd be fine with me--but we can burn their eyes out right
> now!" said Hatch, while introducing the Hatch/Hollywood Eyeball
> Evisceration Act.
> James S. Tyre mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
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