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"We generally don’t think that finding more ways to put people in prison for speech is a good thing," said Adi Kamdar, an activist at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, told the Boston Globe in November. "A lot of times, these laws — if they aren’t narrowly focused enough — they can be interpreted too broadly."

Thursday, January 30, 2014
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