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Another Expansion of Corporate Powers in Stop Onli

mpapet (761907) writes | more than 2 years ago

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mpapet (761907) writes "Get ready for another expansion of corporate media powers with the "Stop Online Piracy Act." The bill is another try at expanding the control of the Internet to corporations.
-Corporations can create and enforce nationwide DNS blacklists.
-Allows the government to deny the use of anti-censorship software.
The best for last:
-Unspecified copyright violations related to Internet activities will be classified as felonies.

A version of the bill dated 2011-10-26 is here: http://www.scribd.com/doc/71190678/E-PARASITES"

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