Back in January, users of the Internet were faced with an interesting phenomenon - the SOPA/PIPA blackout. When American legislators introduced a bill that would give unprecedented power to the government over the Internet, consumers had no choice but to react. To be fair, the heart of the SOPA/PIPA bills were innocent. But let’s open up a can of worms and think about this for a minute.
Wikipedia's pages can still be reached during the Internet blackout protest of the SOPA and PIPA online piracy bills. Read Post
A day after a widespread Internet blackout, key opponents of SOPA and PIPA warned Thursday that the controversial online piracy bills are not dead yet and called for lawmakers to slow down and start over. Read Post