Google (GOOG), Facebook, and several other big Internet names are up in arms over a new piracy...


Google (GOOG), Facebook, and several other big Internet names are up in arms over a new piracy bill would grant law enforcement officials broad powers to shut down sites deemed by media companies to be enabling the flow of pirated content. Critics of the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) claim the bill would "effectively promote censorship" and expose law-abiding Internet companies to new liabilities.

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  • jtmonrow
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    Remember Wall Street and the Banks crashing the economy and then walking away with billions? With no punishment at all? "Law enforcement" and the "administration" MUST have something better to do than screw around with the internet.
    17 Nov 2011, 08:19 AM Reply Like
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