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07-06-2011   #2 (permalink)
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If this bill passes (which it won't) it's not going to be enforced. Hell, 90% of stuff on youtube and other websites already break the law but the chances of anyone actually getting in trouble over it are 1 in a million, much like jaywalking. Besides, this law is enforced at discretion. Any game company with sense won't try to get rid of let's plays, gamplay videos or the likes, because they realize if they do they'll be alienating and pissing off their core customers. I think people need to start wondering why the government even humors passing useless laws that turn everyday people into criminals and less about if their let's plays are in danger.