Clay Shirky delivers a clear and cogent history and explanation of PIPA/SOPA, walking through through both the intent and what the ramifications of the bill and how it changes the entire legal system under which websites operate.
EFF highlights some of the largest sites that participated in the SOPA/PIPA blackout.
I’ll also be posting a message to protest and inform people about PIPA and SOPA, though I imagine Wikipedia will have a much larger influence.
Glad I don’t own a vehicle with OnStar installed. It’s more than a little sleazy to collect and sell information from former customers.
If it wasn’t so frustrating you have to almost admire Republicans ability to ignore their own experts or examples when legislating.
Serious is making stuff up apparently.
I love that term voodoo economics, but in this case it seems to fit so well when you try to understand some of the ridiculous assumptions made.
De-funding a valuable public resource and usurping democracy, all emergencies and all in a days work for Republicans.
I’ve been trying thing of something to put here but can’t.