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This one for those who haven't seen it.

Anyways, just wanted to bring that to everyone's attention I guess.  I understand where they're coming from, but it sounds like things are gonna a lot more different than they seem to make them out to be...



ANOTHER EDIT: So just to review where we all are, it seems lots of people are confused by the wording of "anonymous editing and commenting" and whether or not there is an implied "anonymous" before the word commenting.

Like if you said "I had boiled eggs and cabbage for lunch," you probably mean they were both boiled, but if you said "I had boiled eggs and ice cream for lunch" you can probably assume that the ice cream wasn't boiled. The problem here is that both those scenarios could work.  Most people seem to be interpreting that the first way, but I can honestly see them going both ways on that. Supposedly they'll be saying more on Monday though.

LAST EDIT, I PROMISE: Just read the actual law in question here, and in case anyone else still thought they meant commenting in general (not sure that many people still did), it really looks like that's not what they meant. The law is really only concerned about children having parental consent to contribute to websites like this, not what they would potentially see on them. Feel kinda dumb for not actually clicking on the link to the actual law now...