Sometimes the internet can be scary: Today, I turned off Facebook's new facial recognition technology, because I think that's just fucking creepy. If you'd like to learn how to do that, this blog has a simple four-step explanation of how to turn it off.
But that doesn't mean you can just do things like this:
Goatse. Tub Girl. Lemonparty. They're in the internet pantheon—and sharing them (or anything else that might shock or offend) will now land you in Tennessean jail, thanks to dubious new law of theirs. The war on JPEGs begins.
The law prohibits the online distribution of any image that might "frighten, intimidate or cause emotional distress" to someone who sees it. Which, really, could be virtually anything.
Really, people. Let's get a fucking grip, okay?