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The Behind-the-Scenes Campaign To Bring SOPA To Canada
— The Internet battle against SOPA and PIPA generated huge interest in Canada with many Canadians turning their sites dark (including Blogging Tories, Project Gutenberg Canada, and CIPPIC) in support of the protest.
UFC website gets hacked due to its support for SOPA
— The website of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), the world's most popular martial arts organisation, has been hacked and visitors redirected to the hacker group's site at Ugnazi.com. — The motives behind the attack are unconfirmed …
Dear Rupert Murdoch: Let's Talk Piracy & “The Simpsons”
— Rupert, my son had a simple request. “Daddy, can we watch last week's episode of The Simpsons?” No, son, we can't. You can blame Rupert Murdoch for that. — Rupert, I know you're all upset about all those SOPA & PIPA protests last week.
The week the web changed Washington
— This morning, Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV), the Senate Majority Leader, said in a statement that he would postpone next week's vote on the PROTECT IP Act (PIPA). Rep. Lamar Smith (R-TX) followed with a statement that he would also halt consideration of the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA).
Two things about SOPA/PIPA and then I'll shut up :)
— Two things about SOPA/PIPA and then I'll shut up :) — The internet seems to ignore legislation until somebody tries to take something away from us... then we carefully defend that one thing and never counter-attack.
Pick up the pitchforks: David Pogue underestimates Hollywood
— Writing in his blog on the New York Times yesterday, David Pogue, one of the Times' tech columnists, advises toning down the alarmist rhetoric over SOPA, suggesting that opponents of the bill (and its Senate cousin PIPA) should Put Down the Pitchforks.
Killing Hollywood Will Require Learning Hollywood's Game
— Looking around the Web today, there's been a mixture of we-killed-SOPA high-fiving and crestfallen realism that the bill isn't really dead. As long as there are movie studios and lobbyists, it'll just pop up in another form like some horrible game of whack-a-mole.
5 Lessons From The SOPA/PIPA Fight
… - Weigel: Rick Perry's Shambling Last Day on the Campaign Trail — If You Want People To Ride the Subway, Do You Make It Cozy or Do You Make It Efficient? — Ralph Fiennes Turns Coriolanus Into a Taut Action Thriller - Why Is San Francisco So Liberal?
The next SOPA
— Every few years, the MPAA's lobbying power, rhetoric, and immense campaign contributions succeed in purchasing a bill in Congress to advance their agenda in a way that's hostile to the technology industry and consumers. — Their bills have had mixed success and usually die …
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