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Jews plan to increase tyranny of "intellectual property rights"
We’ll get to the Jewish part below.
Attorney General Alberto Gonzales is pressing the U.S. Congress to enact a new intellectual-property bill that will increase criminal penalties for copyright infringement, including "attempts" to commit piracy.
The new law will require HOMELAND SECURITY to alert the Recording Industry Association of America if someone attempts to commit “copyright infringment.”
The Bush Regime is throwing its full support behind a proposal called the Intellectual Property Protection Act of 2007. This will be the most radical rewrite of copyright law since a 2005 measure dealing with prerelease piracy.
Federal law currently punishes copyright infringement with between 1 and 10 years in prison, but there has to be actual infringement. No longer.
The new law will make use of pirated software punishable by life in prison and will increase fines beyond the current maximum of one million dollars.
It will also allow more wiretaps for investigations of people suspected of "attempting" to infringe copyrights.
It will also allow things like computers to be seized more readily. Any person’s computer "intended to be used in any manner" to commit a copyright crime will be seized.
It will also lower the bar for “intent.” Currently, certain copyright laws can only be applied if someone electronically distributes at least 10 copies during any 180-day period valued at more than $2,500. The new law will criminalize any “intent” to do this, even if one does not actually do it.
WILL CONGRESS PASS THE LAW?
Democrats have a majority on Congress. All Democrats are funded by AIPAC (no exceptions). The Jews that control Hollywood and the RIAA are pressing for the new law, since billions of dollars are up for grabs. Meanwhile Gonzalez advanced the new law as a gift to Jews, hoping Democrats will ease up on him.
Rep. Howard Berman (D-CA / zionist Jew) heads the House Judiciary subcommittee that focuses on intellectual property. He is working on getting the law passed, and plans to introduce his own intellectual-property enforcement bill later this year. He also wants U.S. troops to go to Darfur, Sudan, so BushCo can grab that oil.
Rep. Lamar Smith (R-Texas), the top Republican on the House Judiciary committee, said, “Any plan to stop IP theft will benefit the economy and the American worker. I applaud the attorney general for recognizing the need to protect intellectual property."