Paul’s plan, which he calls “The Technology Revolution,” would ban the government from regulating the Internet in any way. But Dodd, who now works as Hollywood’s top lobbyist, cautioned that such a system would make it impossible to protect creative property, including films.
“It’s dangerous,” he continued. “It would be dangerous for the Internet.”
First of all, it would in no way be "dangerous" for the internet. Second, copyright infringement should be a civil matter, not one that Hollywood lobbies our government to spend tax dollars on.