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Monday, January 09, 2006
A student in Ohio has been arrested for telling people to go to his school's homepage and refresh it (registration required... click here for help):
They can pass a law against that? By all accounts, he didn't actually do the refreshing himself (or they have no proof of it)... he mearly suggested others do it. And this is no secret attack either... its actually pretty low brow.
I'm guessing that all those Iraq War protesters who are suggesting that soldiers kill their officers, and that George Bush be assassinated will be arrested next? Let's get some perspective people.
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