Here is one for our United States readers. A big election is coming up tommorow. With both parties ignoring your interests staying home has become the most attractive option for many.

CNet published an article written by Declan McCullagh ranking most internet friendly members of US congress (not all are up for re-election.)

I’ve always been of the opinion that past voting records should take precedence over any other factors in an election. If you are on the fence about the election perhaps these rankings will help you make your decision.

Overall, we rewarded politicians who viewed Web sites and computer software as deserving no more regulation than, say, books and magazines–an approach that handed poorer scores to anyone clamoring for new laws. That principle led us to take a dim view of a call for a federal probe of “Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas” and a proposal to target social-networking sites like MySpace.com.

Full article at News.com

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