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White House refuses to comment on petition to inve

malraid (592373) writes | more than 2 years ago

Piracy 1

malraid (592373) writes "The White House has issued a statement in which they refuse to comment on the petition to investigate Chris Dodd for bribery from the MPAA to pass legislation. The reason given: "because it requests a specific law enforcement action""
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Not a real response, but it closes the debate. (1)

andycal (127447) | more than 2 years ago | (#38886013)

Now that they have "responded" to it, no more signatures can be counted. My guess, they had to hurry up and close it before it reached 100k. I
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