Senator Amy Klobuchar has introduced a bill S. 978, which would make it a criminal act to post movie clips or video of games online. This includes videos that are not downloadable and that are simply video clips of you taping what is happening on your own TV screen.
This has particularly enraged gamers as online walkthroughs or instructions to unlock achievements in a video game would become illegal. This means no more Youtubing how to defeat Nazi Zombies or how to unlock the sweetest gun in Halo.
Perhaps the worst part of the bill can be summed up from this paragraph of the story:
Critics of the bill believe that it could create extensive "gray areas" in the law, empowering prosecutors with huge amounts of discretion to target Web Sites, indiviudal internet users, or even entire video platforms like Youtube or Vimeo.
Although the story does not go as far to call this bill an assault on free speech or a shifty tactic to enforce the intellectual property racket, I will.