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SOPA bill News

W.H. set to respond to petition to fire Attorney in Swartz case

Aaron Swartz is dead, but a petition to have the U.S. Attorney in his hacking case fired, is very much alive. With the necessary signatures, the White House must respond.

Web activists don't want free stuff, they want freedom

The leader of the UK Pirate Party says that internet activists are not rallying for 'free online stuff" - they just want freedom on the internet.

Social media derailed Internet legislation bills SOPA and PIPA Special

Washington - The Pew Research Center's Project for Excellence in Journalism specializes in using empirical methods to evaluate and study the performance of the press.

Op-Ed: Anonymous takes down Justice Dept, Universal Music sites

Sydney - Anonymous, understandably and consistently no more thrilled with the SOPA and other anti-piracy laws than anyone else online, took down the Justice Department, the RIAA and other sites as its contribution- Then got misreported.

Op-Ed: The medium delivers the message — SOPA and PIPA offline

Sydney - Congress responded rapidly to the big dark-out by major websites. Support for the two main anti-piracy bills has evaporated, and there’s now general acknowledgement that a lot more thought has to go in to planning any legislation.

Wikipedia founder hopes to succeed with SOPA bill protest

Founder of Wikipedia Jimmy Wales hopes certain measures lined up for Wednesday, including shutting down its online encyclopedia for 24 hours, would yield positive results as Wikipedia and thousands of other sites protest the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA).
 

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