Senator Thom Tillis Sucks for Criminalizing DMCA Violations

Remember SOPA & PIPA from 2012? It’s back, only WORSE.

#stopDMCA is trending on twitter as internet users express outrage over REPUBLICAN Senator Thom Tillis ramming through a Felony Streaming Bill Into the must-approve government spending omnibus bill that could put people in Prison over a copyright offense.

Thom Tillis’ bill would make streaming copyrighted music a felony crime, which would translate to jail time in cases where that applies. The potential bill would have a lot of bad implications for the content and gaming world. YouTube would also certainly face new DMCA issues.

The fact that this bill is being snuck into the omnibus relief bill rather than being voted on and decided by both houses of congress is an outrage.

Tillis motive for doing this? News reports indicate Tillis’ campaign and leadership PAC received over $100,000 in donations from PACs affiliated with the Motion Picture Association, Sony Pictures, ASCAP, Universal Music Group, Comcast & NBCUniversal, The Internet and Television Association, Salem Media Group, Warner Music, and others in the entertainment and cable industry to ram this bill through during the third and fourth quarters of 2020.

This is Political Corporate “WHORE-ISM” at its Worst

We’ve been hearing politicians talk about the need for Criminal Justice Reform for years due to having the largest prison population in the entire world.


DMCA / Copyright violations SHOULD be a civil matter, NOT criminal.

This is a prime example why we have the largest prison population in the world… people being imprisoned for PETTY, ridiculous infractions, and another reason of why most Millennials will NEVER vote for STINKING Republicans.

It’s also another example of why the United States Government SUCKS due to Republicans… who are Bought & Paid for by the RICH.

Putting as many people in prison as possible and ruining people’s lives is what UN-Democratic FASCISTS love to do.

“Obsession with Crime and Punishment” – Under fascist regimes, the police are given almost limitless power to enforce laws. The people are often willing to overlook police abuses and even forego civil liberties in the name of patriotism. There is often a national police force with virtually unlimited power in fascist nations.

Senator Thom Tillis wants to put people in Prison who makes a DMCA mistake, but refused to vote to remove the most LAWLESS President who ever sat in the Oval Office.


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Senator Thom Tillis and all other Republicans who refused to Impeached & Removed Trump proved they are LAWLESS and they violated their Oath of Office.


#StopDMCA trending as Twitch users outrage against US Senator’s bill – Dexerto

Theo Salaun Published: 2020-12-17T00:11:00 Updated: 2020-12-17T00:11:00 With North Carolina Senator Thom Tillis’ DMCA bill gaining traction, a slew of social media users, alongside Twitch and YouTube content creators, have gotten ‘#StopDMCA’ trending on Twitter in a testament to mounting backlash.



Sen. Thom Tillis Proposes ‘Notice and Stay Down’ Rewrite of Online Copyright Law

Sen. Thom Tillis on Tuesday unveiled an overhaul of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, which is intended to make it easier to stamp out pirated content online. The bill seeks to revamp the current “notice and takedown” system – whereby copyright owners submit infringement notices to online service providers – with a “notice and stay down” provision.


Public Knowledge Responds to Senator Tillis’ “Felony Streaming” Copyright Proposal

By Meredith Whipple December 10, 2020 Today, Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) released a draft of a “felony streaming” provision that he has proposed for inclusion in the Continuing Resolution must-pass government spending bill. His proposal would attach felony penalties to commercial platforms which are dedicated exclusively to streaming unlicensed works, have no commercially significant purpose or use other than streaming unlicensed works, or are marketed as such.



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