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Today is World Day Against Cyber-Censorship

The start of this work week is Monday, March 12. This day also marks World Day Against Cyber-Censorship. Anyone that uses the internet should be concerned how online censorship could affect his or her ability to navigate the web in a manner that allows a truly free web experience. The potential for online censorship has […]

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Is there going to be an “internet blackout” in protest of SOPA?

Several months have passed since the Stop Online Piracy Act was first introduced to Congress. Representative Lamar Smith, a Republican from Texas plus a bi-partisan group of twelve co-sponsors introduced this controversial bill on October 26, 2011, much to the displeasure of companies such as Google and Facebook. Originally GoDaddy.com was in support of H.R. […]

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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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