The Stop Online Piracy Act, commonly known as SOPA, was introduced to the House floor in 2011.
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In effort to protest SOPA and PIPA, Google placed a black censorship bar across the company’s logo. Wikipedia also decided to blackout it’s website for a day. 336 more words
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Well, at the TD Kick-Off, God unexpectedly challenged us right out of the gates to see what we were going to do when presented with someone in need. 232 more words
Just Another Lauren
SOPA and PIPA have their hearts in the right place. They’re just placed in the wrong body.
Both are supposed to protect the creative material of companies. 521 more words
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The mysterious acronyms of which I speak are that of SOPA and PIPA, the Stop Online Piracy Act and Protect IP Act that were opened for discussion as Bills. 302 more words
Musings of an Average Feminist
The Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and PROTECT IP Act (PIPA) were introduced in 2011 as a way to drastically cut down on the number and frequency of pirated U.S. 565 more words
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The Mansfield Post
SOPA and PIPA attempt to cure the problems that the United States has faced with the internet piracy and copyright infringement on local and international IP addresses. 378 more words