JS_Harris - 2:00 pm on Apr 12, 2010 (gmt 0)
Lets be honest. At the end of the day the only people who have anything to worry about are the people who should have something to worry about. If you worry about not being able to access a censored website, then you shouldn't be trying to access it in the first place.
Yes, lets be honest here, do you like to bank online? Will you like to bank online when a copy of the pages you looked at is saved without your permission? Or maybe you like to email friends and family? Will you like to email friends and family knowing all of your emails will NOT be private? Do you like to make cell phone calls? Will you like to make calls knowing your every word is recorded?
There is more to this bill than "censored websites", it abolishes privacy systematicaly by "tagging and recording all individuals every electronic action WITH identifiable information intact". Read the thing, pls.