What about a legal system that actually protects people from electronic harassment? And how do we punish the most dangerous criminals in cyberspace, when there is no court for them to go to?
The answer is not “more lawyers,” or “a new law.” The answer lies with us. It lies with you and me—the ordinary citizens of this country who believe in justice. We will decide what the future looks like for cybercrime victims, whether they are celebrities or anonymous teenagers. But it’s up to us all—those millions of Internet users, those members of Congress and senators and judges—to stop bad laws before they become good ones by speaking out against them publicly, loudly and clearly whenever we see a move toward censorship in our name.