This bill seems *incredibly dangerous*.
Because in Boiling Frog fashion, you introduce the "structure", then other days you fiddle with the numbers.
This might hit every youtube uploader of their favorite clips!
It's a bit amazing that "Web 2.0" was built on "sharing" - how can you share anything except your own cat videos?
Look at that last sentence:
"...holding a public performance without a proper license is not a felony. S. 978 adds "public performance" to the felony list."
That's not even streaming! See the Spin Doctors at work already? Even in the article, they didn't "make Streaming a felony", they "made public performance a felony" and "streaming a subset of public performance"??!