Google’s Still Supporting Piracy, So Says The RIAA


All Things Digital: "Six months ago, in the wake of the SOPA/PIPA debate, Google offered a peace offering to the Big Media companies: It said it would try to make pirate sites harder to find in its search results.


Hypocrisy In Hollywood: The Infographic

We spend some serious time outlining Hollywood hypocrisy around these parts, whether it be why SOPA is the worst, or why PIPA is the worst, or pretty much anything Dan writes.


JotForm’s Legal Nightmare Shows Why Government Shouldn’t Legislate the Web


Amidst all the protesting and chaos as the Internet turned around and gave Congress a mighty whack on the nose for trying to pass the awful Stop Online Piracy Act and PROTECT IP Act, one question, well, denial, kept coming up: "C'mon.

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Sony Jacked Up The Price Of Whitney Houston’s Music 30 Minutes After Her Death


By now, we all know all too well how the music industry loves to whine incessantly about how internet leeches are bleeding it dry, and how it's been trying to get its bought and paid for henchmen in Washington to pass awful legislation like SOPA and PIPA so it can basically be instated as the internet's overlord.

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Wil Wheaton makes a good point about SOPA, Hollywood Accounting


Taking a well-deserved dump on SOPA and PIPA recently may have been the internet's finest moment, but it's likely we'll see similar bills before long because the MPAA is pushing hard for it.


RIAA Head In NY Times Op-Ed: SOPA & PIPA Opponents Were Stupid Meanies


The New York Times today published an op-ed written by Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) head Cary Sherman that's little more than a massive whine over the defeat of SOPA and PIPA that reads like a breakup letter written by a shocked, scornful former lover.


UFC Tapped Out By Internet Tough Guys


UFC Executive Vice President Lawrence Epstein posted an editorial piece in the Las Vegas Review-Journal in support of the Stop Online Piracy Act.


Anonymous Is Throwing Its Usual Hissy Fit Today

Don't worry if you can't access various government websites today: in the wake of MegaUpload getting taken down by the Feds, they're running around shutting down websites and being annoying.

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Yeah, That SOPA Blackout Was MILDLY Effective


What is it that they say about a picture being worth a thousand words.


The Daily Show Finally Addresses SOPA, PIPA

I recently read, and I sadly can't recall where, that someone had attended a taping of the Daily Show and -- in the Q&A session that takes place between Jon Stewart and his audience before each show -- questioned why the show had yet to utter a word about SOPA and PIPA.

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PIPA Appears Just As Dead As SOPA

Yesterday was a whirlwind for pretty much the entire Internet.


Delicious SOPA-PIPAs And Links

Boo Internet Censorship, Yay Internet Freedom: The Anti-SOPA Meme |Warming Glow| SPLOOSH.

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Joling Ferro 25 People Who Thought SOPA Was About Soap [Buzzfeed] Could Rocawear Be On The Verge Of Filing For Bankruptcy.

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The Horrors Of SOPA Explained In A Single 4-Minute Video

On a day when SOPA was a big topic of conversation on the web, I figure this is a good way to close it out: A four minute video that pretty comprehensively explains what SOPA is and why it's a cancer to the web we've all come to know and love.


Boo Internet Censorship, Yay Internet Freedom: The Anti-SOPA Meme


How many times have you gone to Wikipedia today, only to get their “Imagine a World without Free Knowledge” message.


Wikipedia Goes Dark, Uninformed Masses Freak Out


In case you were wondering, Wikipedia, Reddit and Boing Boing all followed through with their promise to go dark in protest of the, as Charles Barkley would say, TURRIBLE Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA).


Down With SOPA, Up With Pretty Ballerinas

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Reddit, Wikipedia, Boing Boing Will All Go Dark Tomorrow To Protest SOPA


Despite the fact that the festering port-o-potty of a piracy prevention bill -- the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) -- is effectively dead, Wikipedia, Reddit and Boing Boing are all going forward with plans to go dark tomorrow.

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