Just saw this pop up on my Google Reader, care of Above the Law and their source link, the Daily Kos. From ATL: Obviously the bill is total nonsense and hiding behind the veil of anti-terrorism legislation is gutless. Do MR readers feel that less anonymous/semi anonymous commenting systems (forums like these, Disqus, most newspaper site comments, etc.) lead to more junk compared to "public" commenting systems on websites (Facebook, but one can make a bogus FB)? I work at an organization that constantly posts stories/blogs to our site and we were looking into possibly implementing the FB comment system, but having no control to moderate comments killed it for us. While it's true that one can flag a comment, it's never known how long FB will take to respond, if ever.