Basically, if someone files a complaint under the SOX act accusing the president of a public company of wrongdoing and the president believes it was sent to annoy him, the accuser can be thrown in jail for two years under the 'annoy' law.
Without any guidance on what 'annoy' might encompass or how one would define and determine an 'intent to annoy,' the statute unconstitutionally chills protectable anonymous speech.
government ordered ApolloMedia to disclose the identity of a user of annoy
On ``Crossing Jordan,'' Lorraine Toussaint (Lifetime's ``Any Day Now'') joins the fun as an aggressive coroner who lives just to annoy
medical examiner Jordan Cavanaugh (Jill Hennessy), who lives just to annoy
We asked, what type of colleague annoys
you the most?
GENESIS star Phil Collins has admitted he was "too cocky" on stage and annoys
himself when he watches his past performances.
Sometimes when my sister annoys
me I get really angry and I hit her.
She has stayed friends with his family, too, which annoys
DRIVERS who refuse to thank other motorists for giving way to them annoys
more people than bullying bus drivers, middle-lane motorway hoggers and mobile phone users, it was revealed.
Julie: He has a bit of a temper, but there's nothing that annoys
If technology annoys
you, I highly recommend shooting it to death.
Why on earth do we do it when it seriously annoys
so many people and makes our urban roads and streets so ugly?
So nothing annoys
me more than when I see the kids' spaces being abused.
Particularly if one of the things that annoys
you is newspaper columnists who Lassume everyone has a computer.
What driving behavior of other people annoys
you the most?