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They can’t all be SOPA: Are webizens ready to fight with nuance?

It's hard to be a web user, especially since the government has gotten so interested in what we're doing online. It's even worse when we can't figure out who -- if anyone -- is actually on our side, and what terms we're willing to live with.
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