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Last week’s SOPA and PIPA protest worked – for now. So what is on the horizon?

The official internet blackout day from last Wednesday, January 18 and the events in the following days have put a hold on the Stop Online Piracy Act and Protect IP for now, but opponents of the House and Senate bills need to understand this is merely round one. This could still be a long, hard […]

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The Silverback Marketing Round-up for January 16-January 20, 2012

Two days have passed since the SOPA Blackout Day on Wednesday, January 18. If Congress, the entertainment industry and other supporters of H.R. 3261 were hoping that the opposition to this bill was simply going to fade away they were very mistaken. If anything, the support for the opponents of the Stop Online Piracy Act […]

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The Silverback Marketing Round-up for November 14-November 18, 2011

Hello Silverback Marketing readers, We look for one subject or one particular organization in the online world to focus on for our weekly round-ups, giving you something to ponder during the weekend. Google is always a safe choice because this particular piece of the industry always has a lot to say and is always active. […]

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The Stop Online Piracy Act

On October 26, 2011 the Stop Online Piracy Act, H.R. 3261 was introduced to Congress by Representative Lamar Smith, a Republican from Texas plus a bi-partisan group of twelve co-sponsors. The purpose of this bill is to allow United States law enforcement plus copyright holders fight online piracy, something that has plagued the online world […]

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