House Approves New Property Seizure Law: Ron Paul voted NO!

by Mr. Charrington on May 19, 2008

The criminals in the federal government are now trying to legalize the seizure of computers and other property under the guise of strengthening intellectual property laws. HR 4279 or the Prioritizing Resources and Organization for Intellectual Property Act of 2008 which was recently passed by the U.S. House of Representatives, will give the government draconian powers to do just this.

This legislation gives the government the power to seize property that facilitates the violation of intellectual property laws. The legislation also mandates the formation of a formal Intellectual Property Enforcement Division within the office of the Deputy Attorney General to enforce this madness.

In addition, a new office called the Office of the United States Intellectual Property Enforcement Representative is created within the Executive Office of the President.

If you boil it down to brass tacks, this legislation allows the U.S. government to lawfully seize your computer if it has one unauthorized mp3 file on it’s hard drive. It also provides the authorization for the creation of offices within the executive branch to enforce a law that is impossible to enforce.

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