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Bloggers beware - Posting false information may become a crime.

In this article title “Push to criminalize false into on Web” we see that it’s currently not a crime to defame people by publishing false information about them on the web.

“The state's Office of the Attorney General confirmed that Tuesday: You can seek relief by filing a defamation or harassment suit in civil court, but there are no criminal statutes in place.”

This has become a huge problem because poor scum who are “judgment proof” and who cannot be hurt by civil defamation lawsuits have free reign to destroy people lives and reputations.  This may soon change and the judgment proof scum may face criminal charges and prison time.

“Assemblyman Kevin O'Toole, R-Wayne, has drafted a bill making it a crime to knowingly post false information about another individual on a Web site. Such a law would be privacy-based, similar to one on the books making it illegal to observe and photograph individuals in bathrooms or dressing rooms.”

Publishing false information about people can ruin their professional reputations and business competitors have been resorting to vicious libel for years on the web without fear of jail time.  The push to criminalize web scum has taken on new importance since children have been murdered because of false information about them on the web:

“But he argues for greater controls overall, citing the death of Judy Cajuste, 14, of Roselle. Her body was found in a Newark trash bin in January, and police are pursuing the possibility she met a disguised killer through an online social networking site.”

Victims of web libel and defamation applaud this new bill which would give law enforcement the power to arrest and jail "anonymous" people who publish falsehoods about victims.



 

 
 
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