The national deputy PRO, Federico Pinedo, introduced a bill introduced called "Scheme for Internet service providers, which aims to control the content posted on the network and penalizing companies hosting providers (virtual hosting for web sites) .

The newspaper La Nacion reported today that the PRO seeks to penalize companies that provide hosting services for the content of the websites that have on their servers, when they violate laws or rights of others, as well as to those pages that provide links to other sites that violate the current legislation

The worst part is that, in order to "protect" the interests of companies and / or individuals, the project provides a web site that allegedly violates any laws or rights of others, may be discharged by the mere fact that someone sent a letter document and without judicial intervention. Includes not only the sites whose content "violates the law, " but also include links (links) to other sites in these conditions.

Beatriz Busa, a member of the Fundación Vía Libre, "the legislators do not understand what is at stake here is not a legal or technical issue, but essentially the issue is freedom of expression and that there are special committees in that in the Congress. "

"The project is based on arguments completely wrong: it presupposes that there is no law where there is and aims to create a regulatory framework under guarantees and more repressive than the one that rules our life in our country," said Busa the aforementioned daily.

Joel Chornik, CEO and founder of The Server, meanwhile, stressed the "lack of technical knowledge about the medium that is to legislate, "and rejected the project saying: "If the suppliers at any point, we could obtain a quick confirmation or not the legality or illegality of the contents, we could act quickly, knowing that we are respecting the law. But it is not correct to ask a provider who meets the role of a judge, and take powers that do not share. "

"Surely is it wrong (the project)," Pineado apologized, adding that "this has nothing to do with censorship. "