A New York bill, proposed Monday in both chambers of the New York State Legislature, would combat cyber-bullying by effectively banning comments from anonymous users on New York-based websites, blogs, forums, social networks, and pretty much any other form of online communication, reports Wired.
My 2 cents:
1) if you have to enter a name to the sites, enter in a fake one, you're already around the system
2) freedom of speech is supposed to be a large part of America, doesn't this limit that, as some opinions (not intentionally abusive) are sometimes best done anonymously to protects ones self from such "abuse"?
So doesn't this one bill, not only NOT work, but limits freedom of speech and cause more effort to everyone?
Not to mention it gives the government more abilities to see who says what and obtain more information of people.
Yay America... Your thoughts?