Posts Tagged ‘ SOPA ’

The White House Officially Responds to SOPA Outrage

January 14, 2012
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The White House Officially Responds to SOPA Outrage

Victoria Espinel, the Intellectual Property Enforcement Coordinator at Office of Management and Budget (the IP Czar) responded on behalf of the White House after Reddit users flooded a petition with over 51,000 signatures regarding the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA), PROTECT IP Act and the Online Protection and Digital ENforcement Act (OPEN).   And I…

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Rep. Lamar Smith should be giving the Vatican his SOPA outrage for Plagiarizing Wikipedia

January 10, 2012
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Rep. Lamar Smith should be giving the Vatican his SOPA outrage for Plagiarizing Wikipedia

The controversial Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA), brings to speculation of the recent discovery of the Vatican‘s plagiarism from Wikipedia. Eyebrows were raised when the Vatican lifted text from Wikipedia in reference to 22 new cardinals who were appointed – without attributing the text to the source. How far would SOPA go if enacted and…

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Congress takes a Vacation, so Voters fight SOPA, the Draconian bill they will likely pass

January 8, 2012
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A public outcry which is heard throughout the Internet in opposition to the oppressive Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) has been blacked out by the media. While Congress takes a vacation before most likely supporting the Censorship Act, voters, tech giants and activists are wielding their power.   About SOPA: Freedom of Speech is at…

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Lamar Smith Champion of SOPA (Censorship’s bitch) Besieged by thousands of Angry Voters on Facebook

January 7, 2012
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Lamar Smith Champion of SOPA (Censorship’s bitch) Besieged by thousands of Angry Voters on Facebook

“Congressman Lamar Smith is causing ripples, even with his own voters, however, his fingers remain planted solidly in his ears while seemingly saying, “La la la la la la, I can’t hear you!”  Most Americans are upset over his championship of the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) but their nonpartisan ire is falling on deaf…

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Anonymous Hacks Sony (again) over their Corporate Support for SOPA

January 6, 2012
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Sony’s websites have been attacked (again) by the Collective activist group Anonymous for their support of the Internet censorship Act, SOPA. And they were forewarned by video to expect them. AnonOps reports: The Sony Pictures website and its Facebook page were both hacked and defaced by the attack, although both were quickly recovered and repaired…

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Jasiri X: “SOPA’s aim is to give more control and money to huge Corporations”

January 6, 2012
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Jasiri X:  “SOPA’s aim is to give more control and money to huge Corporations”

Our ever invasive government has been presenting questionable bills which are largely opposed by the American public, namely Protect-IP (PIPA) and the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA).  The functionality of the Internet is at risk, thus silencing our voices, and activists are calling it out. What’s additionally at stake is the real meaning behind government…

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The Only Senators & Congress persons who never supported the Patriot Act and NDAA

December 31, 2011
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The Only Senators & Congress persons who never supported the Patriot Act and NDAA

Republican, Democrat and Independent politicians from the Senate and House who did not sponsor NDAA, the Patriot Act (and hopefully SOPA) is unforgiveably too short, therefore, the supporters of America’s freedom should be commended because they are the only ones that did not disregard the rights of those who elected them to represent our individual…

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Oh, Poor GoDaddy: You just pissed off Anonymous Over #SOPA

December 23, 2011
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Oh, Poor GoDaddy: You just pissed off Anonymous Over #SOPA

The collective group Anonymous just released a video, part of which contains a warning, “Together, we will strategically remove Go Daddy from the internet.” This links to a list of companies supporting the controversial Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and those entities should listen very carefully to the public’s angst because people are transferring their sites from…

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