Arizona does it again. This time, a very broadly worded piece of legislation, House Bill 2549, basically makes it illegal to "annoy or offend" someone on the internet or use "obscene, lewd or profane" language. The law was intended to stop bullying, but in so doing pretty much ends free speech once and for all. If someone reads a post here on Macrumors in Arizona that offends or annoys someone there--the original poster could serve prison time. I can't imagine this law will stand long, just shocked at how much some legislators want to completely shut down free speech in order to satisfy the current national outrage over bullying. http://gizmodo.com/5898585/itll-soon-be-illegal-to-troll-in-arizona?tag=censorship I thought I'd post this before the law is signed, making the political discussion forum here essentially illegal. What do you think?