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U.S. pressured Spain to approve the Sinde law

Anonymous Coward writes | more than 2 years ago

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An anonymous reader writes "We discussed recently the Spanish Website Blocking Law. It seems that such legislation was enacted in Spain in spite of the opposition of the general population, likely to comply with the wishes of the United States (original in Spanish). It seems that Washington threatened to take measures against Spain, like putting it back in their piracy black list."
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