New “See Something, Say Something Online Act” Turns Social Media Users Into Spies


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New “See Something, Say Something Online Act” Turns Social Media Users Into Spies

Free Thought Project
Scoop Publisher Francesco Abbruzzino




(TAC) Senator Joe Manchin wants to bring DHS’s spy on your neighbors, “If You See, Something Say Something”  program to social media, blogs, websites, and much more. Manchin’s bill, the “See Something, Say Something Online Act” would essentially turn social media users into Federal spies by forcing them to report suspicious people to law enforcement.


Just how bad is this bill?


This bill would essentially force anyone on social media to report suspicious “transmissions” to law enforcement.


“Known Suspicious Transmission.—The term ‘‘known suspicious transmission’’ is any suspicious transmission that an interactive computer service should have reasonably known to have occurred or have been notified of by a director, officer, employ, agent, interactive computer service user, or State or Federal law enforcement agency.”


Major Crime —The term ‘‘major crime’’ means a Federal criminal offense that is a crime of violence (as defined 13 in section 16 of title 18, United States Code); relating to domestic or international terrorism (as those terms are defined in section 16 2331 of title 18, United States Code)





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