“Nanolaw” – a scary vision of the future

I’m breaking the “Florida” part of Florida IP Trends to post a link to this article.  Will the mass-Doe infringement suits be the genesis of this vision of society?

http://www.ftrain.com/nanolaw.html

A sample paragraph:

We had gone to a baseball game at the beginning of the season. They had played a song on the public address system, and she sang along without permission. They used to factor that into ticket price—they still do if you pay extra or have a season pass—but now other companies handled the followup. And here was the video from that day, one of many tens of thousands simultaneously recorded from gun scanners on the stadium roof. In the video my daughter wore a cap and a blue T-shirt. I sat beside her, my arm over her shoulder, grinning. Her voice was clear and high; the ambient roar of the audience beyond us filtered down to static.

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