SOPA opponents gaining momentum; Wikipedia, Google join protest
I'm sure you've heard by now that SOPA is bad and would ruin the Internet, but have you actually read the bill? If not, it's worth reading, for two reasons. First, if you are going to oppose a bill, you should know exactly what you're opposing,
Hollywood, one of the biggest backers of SOPA, is asking Congress to not let the bill die on the legislative floor. (ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images) Industry leaders from the Motion Picture Association of America and US Chamber of Commerce urged Congress
SOPA and PIPA have been criticized as potentially inflicting enormous harm on existing Web companies and services in the name of fighting piracy, and Google has already been pretty vocal in its opposition to the bills.
By Barbara Chai Sci-fi author William Gibson recently talked to Speakeasy about his new collection of essays, and we took the opportunity to ask his thoughts on the controversial Internet-antipiracy bill, SOPA. “I'm not by any means an enemy of
The Progressive Change Campaign Committee (PCCC) is hosting a discussion on the SOPA House bill and the PIPA Senate bill at 12:30 p.m. ET on Tuesday.