SOPA song shows times a-changin’

SOPA song shows times a-changin’
by Edward Moyer January 20, 2012 12:33 PM PST Follow @edatnews Protesting, then and now: (clockwise from top left) “Subterranean Homesick Blues” from DA Pennebaker’s “Don’t Look Back,” Dan Bull’s “SOPA Cabana,” Suzie Automatic’s vinyl-sticker take on …
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ESA Drops SOPASupport
Those two proposals, SOPA in the House and the Protect IP Act in the Senate, are on indefinite hold this week and are essentially dead. As Senators, Congresspeople and even some companies flipped their positions from yay to nay on SOPA and PIPA these …
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Battle Over SOPAShows Why Corporations Need First Amendment Protection
But in their recent protests against anti-piracy legislation pending in Congress — the Stop Online Piracy Act, “SOPA,” and companion legislation in the Senate — high-tech firms demonstrated, for the first time, their awesome capacity for “creative …
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