He and Ron Paul were the only two people to vote against a well intentioned, but significantly flawed bill today in the U.S. House.
The SAFE Act requires that people with open wi-fi access points report child pornography to the feds. It sounds like a great idea. But consider that the bill was rushed to the floor, was never vetted in committee, and was never voted on in committee. Consider also that the legislation applies to all public wi-fi access points and could, under its language, be interpreted to apply to your home if you have wifi that is not password protected.
Consider also that the first requirement for reporting is that the provider of the free wifi must have