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On by Max Smolaks 1

Popular websites stop their services for a day to highlight the possible effects of a new anti-piracy law

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On by Pedro Hernandez 0

Bill Gates uses a web chat to discuss his relationship with Steve Jobs, the tablet craze, and web privacy

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Acta
On by Max Smolaks 0

Controversial agreement is unlikely to pass the vote

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Wayne Rash
On by Wayne Rash 0

Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act is not as bad as the Internet community might think, says Wayne Rash

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The US Secret Service has shut down and then reinstated online forms site JotForm, without the need for a law such as SOPA

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Eric Doyle preferred
On by Eric Doyle, ChannelBiz 0

The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) is just another way to satisfy the US corporate overlords now SOPA is gone, argues Eric Doyle

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Wayne Rash
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The US Trade Representative has secretly negotiated a more restrictive treaty to avoid a congressional review and public objections, says Wayne Rash

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Actaprotest
On by Peter Judge 0

A key MEP protests the ACTA copyright treaty which could become European law in June

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On by Wayne Rash 0

The MegaUpload case shows the US government can already enforce its copyright abroad. The world is asking why SOPA was necessary, says Wayne Rash

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SOPA and PIPA have been officially put on hold. They may be revived, or may be replaced with other anti-piracy measures

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