The only question remaining is who’ll be the first few unlucky at the draw, having their financial lives ruined in order to "send a message" and chill WiFi and network providers nationwide.
I’ll tell you what I’d love to see: every commercial or public WiFi hotspot, website, and email service provider in the nation go dark the moment Bush signs this latest piece of feel-good crap "for the children." Then watch the idiots on the hill scramble around. But it won’t happen. It’ll just be sucked up as another "cost of doing business" to be passed on to you and you’ll pay for (for the children).
I’m not going to waste my time going through that bill, but I’d be surprised if it didn’t contain language to the effect that a provider is culpable if they knew, "or should have known;" the latter, of course, being the subjective catch all, so that the state can get anyone they want to get. Businesses who deal with consumers are subject to this "principle" in all kinds of consumer protection regulations nationwide.
But "no sacrifice is too great for the children," I suppose. Maybe it’s time to just cancel this whole Intertubes thing and be done with it. More info, here.