Posts Tagged: Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA)


Yeah, That SOPA Blackout Was MILDLY Effective

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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.


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.


Wikipedia Goes Dark, Uninformed Masses Freak Out

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


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

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

Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA)

Tumblr Goes All In To Try To Stop Awful Internet Censorship Bill


In the event you haven't heard, our geniuses in Congress, the same <a href="">wildly unpopular</a> people who today <a href="">declared pizza to be a vegetable</a>, are currently considering passing laws -- the PROTECT-IP Act and the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) -- that would flat-out endanger the internet as well all know it.

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