Judicial interpretation is coming after the Internet: March 15 From New York Assembly Bill 5323, introduced by Assemblyman David I. Weprin and (as Senate Bill 4561 by state Sen. Tony Avella), a bill aimed at securing a “right to be forgotten”: XXXXX But the deeper problem with the bill is simply that it aims to censor what people say, under a broad, vague test based on what the government thinks the public should or shouldn’t be discussing. It is clearly unconstitutional under current First Amendment law, and I hope First Amendment law will stay that way (no matter what rules other countries might have adopted). XXXXX Instead, the “right” this aims to protect is the power to suppress speech — the power to force people (on pain of financial ruin) to stop talking about other people, when some government body decides that they should stop. Analysis | N.Y. bill would require people to remove ‘inaccurate,’ ‘irrelevant,’ ‘inadequate’ or ‘excessive’ statements about others By Eugene Volokh Analysis | N.Y. bill would require people to remove ‘inaccurate,’ ‘irrelevant,’ ‘inadequate’ or ‘excessive’ statements about others Assembly Bill 5323 takes Hillary Clinton and Cass Sunstein further: Hillary Rodham Clinton said IN 1998 during a meeting with reporters said that "we are all going to have to rethink how we deal with" the Internet because of the handling of White House sex scandal stories on Web sites. Clinton was asked whether she favored curbs on the Internet, after the DRUDGE REPORT made headlines with coverage of her husband's affair with a White House intern. "We are all going to have to rethink how we deal with this, because there are all these competing values ... Without any kind of editing function or gatekeeping function, what does it mean to have the right to defend your reputation?" she said. FLASHBACK: HILLARY CLINTON SAYS INTERNET NEWS NEEDS 'RETHINK' Drudge Report ^ | 9/25/05 | Matt Drudge FLASHBACK: HILLARY CLINTON SAYS INTERNET NEWS NEEDS 'RETHINK' Imagine what the Clinton image would be today had the Internet never been invented! Look at what Hillary got away with in the Internet’s early years: XXXXX Just prior to his appointment as President Obama’s so-called regulatory czar, Cass Sunstein wrote a lengthy academic paper suggesting the government should “infiltrate” social network websites, chat rooms and message boards. Such “cognitive infiltration,” Sunstein argued, should be used to enforce a U.S. government ban on “conspiracy theorizing.” Such “cognitive infiltration,” Sunstein argued, should be used to enforce a U.S. government ban on “conspiracy theorizing.” Obama czar proposed government ‘infiltrate’ social network sites Sunstein wants agents to 'undermine' talk in chat rooms, message boards Published: 01/12/2012 at 10:56 PM by Aaron Klein Obama czar proposed government ‘infiltrate’ social network sites Hillary Clinton Proves Fake News Is Newspeak Get a bet down on this one. If passed in NY, 5323 will make it to the U.S. Supreme Court. Regardless of which way the Nifty Nine leans on other issues they will uphold 5323 for one reason above all others. Freedom of speech on the Internet is specifically the High Court’s enemy more than it is the enemy of the entire federal government and the media.