INTERNET HUNTING IN THE U.S.A.

Internet hunting, also called “cyber hunting” or “computer assisted remote hunting,” allows a person with an Internet connection to fire a rifle from anywhere, killing real prey in real time. At least thirty-eight States have banned Internet hunting. Opponents of the practice are seeking a Federal ban on this practice, and two bills currently before Congress (HR 2711 and S. 2422) would prevent the operation of Websites allowing Internet hunting.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

Has legislation against cyber hunting been successful in eliminating the practice?
Do any of the States ban cyber hunting outside their jurisdiction?
Do pro-hunting groups oppose the ban on cyber hunting?

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