Capitalism: MPAA, SOPA, PIPA, ACTA, CISPA, TPP, CISA, Censorship

2021 – News and Articles

    • 08-01-2021: Beijing orders Chinese media to censor coverage of Alibaba probe. [NZ Herald]

2020 – News and Articles

  • 16-10-2020: Facebook and Twitter cross a line far more dangerous than what they censor. [The Intercept]

2019 – News and Articles

  • 18-11-2019: Canadian court issues first ever ISP order to block a piracy website. [Engadget]

  • 27-03-2019: Europe is splitting the internet into three. [The Verge]

2018 – News and Articles

  • 02-03-2018: Tor Project is nearly 100% U.S Government funded. [HardOCP] [DocumentCloud]

  • 25-02-2018: How BitTorrent spurred the streaming revolution. [Wired]

  • 15-01-2018: BitTorrent users beware: Flaw lets hackers control your computer. [Ars Technica]

2017 – News and Articles

  • 02-12-2017: Netflix is not going to kill piracy, research suggests. [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak]

  • 28-11-2017: FCC: Comcast throttling BitTorrent was no big deal. [Ars Technica]

  • 25-11-2017: How four Microsoft engineers proved that the “darknet” would defeat DRM [Ars Technica]

  • 12-10-2017: The Pirate Bay is mining cryptocurrency again, no opt out. [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak] [ExtremeTech]

  • 17-09-2017: Pirate Bay 'borrows' visitor CPUs to mine virtual coins. [Engadget] [Graham Cluley] [Hexus] [Stuff]

  • 18-08-2017: Australia blocks another 59 popular pirate sites. [BBC News] [Engadget]

  • 08-07-2017: A DRM standard has been approved for the web, and security researchers are worried. [The Verge] [Ars Technica]

  • 21-06-2017: Movie studio tells all about Dark Overlord's leak of 'Orange Is the New Black'. [Graham Cluley]

  • 15-06-2017: Europe-wide BitTorrent indexer blockade looms after Pirate Bay blow. [The Register]

  • 14-06-2017: Pirate Bay liable for copyright, says ECJ. [BBC News] [Engadget] [Stuff]

  • 13-06-2017: How to beat a VPN block. [Stuff]

  • 01-05-2017: Kiosk delivers pirated movies to USB sticks in the middle of a mall. [Ars Technica] [Engadget]

  • 01-05-2017: KickassTorrents kicked out again, this time by Australia. [The Register]

  • 29-04-2017: Doctorow: DRM is headed for the historical dustbin. [The Register]

  • 14-04-2017: Pirate Bay Founder: ‘I have given up’. [HardOCP] [Motherboard]

  • 22-03-2017: W3C erects DRM as web standard. [The Register] [HardOCP]

  • 13-03-2017: New automated DMCA notices hit movie pirates with $300 fines. [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak]

  • 05-03-2017: Not warning kid about piracy makes father liable, court rules. [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak]

  • 27-02-2017: Forget DMCA takedowns - RIAA wants ISPs to filter for pirated content. [Ars Technica] [Gizmodo]

  • 20-02-2017: Search engines to 'demote' pirate websites. [BBC News] [The Register]

  • 30-01-2017: Six strikes anti-piracy initiative ends after failing to scare off 'hardcore' pirates. [The Verge] [Ars Technica] [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak]

  • 10-01-2017: UK ISPs will soon send written warnings to suspected pirates. [Engadget]

  • 01-01-2017: New KickassTorrents team condemns jailing of music pirate. [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak]

2016 – News and Articles

  • 15-12-2016: The Pirate Bay must be blocked in Australia, court rules. [BBC News] [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak]

  • 17-11-2016: World’s largest music torrent site goes dark after French police seize servers. [Ars Technica] [Gizmodo]

    • 20-11-2016: Music group confirms What.CD raid, claims millions in losses. [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak]

  • 13-11-2016: Say goodbye to The Pirate Bay. [NZ Herald]

  • 12-11-2016: MPAA-backed Trans-Pacific Partnership accord dead in wake of Trump win. [Ars Technica]

  • 27-10-2016: MPAA and RIAA’s anti-piracy plans harm the Internet. [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak]

  • 27-10-2016: More proof shows Hollywood insiders leaking movies on torrent sites. [Ars Technica]

  • 04-10-2016: Judge says vague IP-address evidence not enough for subpoena. [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak]

  • 23-07-2016: These are the programs ISIS uses to remain anonymous online. [Gizmodo] [Defense One]

  • 22-07-2016: EFF sues US government to void 'onerous' copyright rules. [Engadget]

  • 21-07-2016: Kickass Torrents 'mastermind' arrested in Poland. [BBC News] [The Register] [NZ Herald] [HardOCP] [THG]

    • 22-07-2016: iTunes purchased evidence against KickassTorrents mastermind. [NZ Herald] [Stuff]

    • 22-07-2016: Someone already made a Kickass Torrents clone. [Gizmodo]

    • 22-07-2016: The Kickass Torrents case could be huge. [Wired]

    • 23-07-2016: Kickass Torrents clones are going to keep appearing. [Gizmodo]

    • 26-07-2016: Tracking the owner of Kickass Torrents. [Schneier] [Engadget]

    • 05-08-2016: Torrentz has died, but won't take torrenting with it. [Wired]

    • 25-08-2016: US unveils charges against KickassTorrents, names two more defendants. [Ars Technica]

    • 19-10-2016: KickassTorrents lawyer: “torrent sites do not violate criminal copyright laws”. [Ars Technica]

    • 09-11-2016: Prosecutors: KickassTorrents’ legal theory about copyright is bogus. [Ars Technica]

    • 16-12-2016: MPAA takes credit for the shutdown of KickassTorrents. [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak]

  • 15-07-2016: Tor and Bitcoin hinder anti-piracy efforts. [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak]

  • 13-07-2016: Google piracy report criticised by music industry. [BBC News] [The Register] [HardOCP] [Google Blog]

    • 17-07-2016: Google wipes record breaking half billion pirate links in 2016. [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak]

  • 28-06-2016: Judge says IP address doesn't prove anything in piracy case. [Gizmodo] [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak]

  • 21-06-2016: Pirate Bay co-founder to sue record labels for defamation. [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak] [Gizmodo]

  • 24-05-2016: Australia officially abandons three strikes anti-piracy scheme. [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak]

  • 21-04-2016: Austrialia moves to block Kickass Torrents. [Stuff]

  • 15-04-2016: MPAA wants ISPs to disconnect persistent pirates. [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak]

  • 27-03-2016: The people who upload torrents. [Gizmodo]

  • 08-02-2016: The Pirate Bay begins testing browser streaming. [Engadget] [Gizmodo] [NZ Herald]

    • 13-02-2016: Maybe you shouldn't stream torrents in your browser. [Gizmodo]

2015 – News and Articles

  • 21-12-2015: Pirate Bay co-founder builds a perpetual piracy machine. [Engadget] [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak] [Gizmodo] [Hexus]

  • 18-12-2015: Why product builders need to worry about CISA. [ReadWriteWeb]

  • 07-12-2015: Pirate Bay domain suspended thanks to controversial verification system. [The Register]

  • 01-12-2015: Hollywood relaxes anti-piracy rules from draconian to just really strict. [Gizmodo] [TorrentFreak]

  • 29-11-2015: The Pirate Bay won't be blocked on its home turf. [Engadget]

  • 27-11-2015: It’s illegal to make private copies of music in the UK -- again. [Ars Technica] [HardOCP] [The 1709 Blog]

  • 17-11-2015: On CISA. [Schneier] [Quartz] [Esquire]

  • 16-11-2015: Facebook says government requests for user data and takedowns are on the rise. [Graham Cluley]

  • 15-11-2015: ISP acknowledges that BitTorrent doesn't equal piracy. [Gizmodo]

  • 04-11-2015: MPAA filed lawsuits in Canada and NZ to shut down movie pirates. [Engadget] [TorrentFreak]

  • 28-10-2015: The new DMCA rules don't go far enough. [Gizmodo]

  • 28-09-2015: Pirate Bay cofounder and computer hacker Anakata freed. [The Register]

  • 26-09-2015: RIAA chief says DMCA is “largely useless” to combat music piracy. [Ars Technica]

  • 21-09-2015: Pirate Bay: police never got our servers. [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak]

  • 10-09-2015: Pirate streaming site operator handed 4 year sentence. [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak]

  • 07-09-2015: Norwegian Pirate Party provides DNS server to bypass new Pirate Bay blockade. [Ars Technica]

  • 28-08-2015: Pirate Bay founder released from jail, immediately re-arrested. [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak]

  • 10-08-2015: EFF told to "Shut the Hell Up" about SOPA. [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak]

  • 05-08-2015: Memo to MPAA: Congress didn’t pass SOPA. [Ars Technica]

  • 19-07-2015: UK wants 10 year prison sentence for online pirates. [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak]

  • 18-07-2015: UK says it's once again illegal to rip CDs for personal use. [Engadget] [Gizmodo] [HardOCP] [BBC News]

  • 04-07-2015: Pirate Bay founders: FBI has Prenda Law under investigation. [Ars Technica] [The Register]

  • 24-06-2015: Global Mode goes dark - broadcasters win legal fight. [NZ Herald] [NZ Herald]

  • 22-06-2015: Australia passes controversial anti-piracy web censorship law. [Ars Technica] [Engadget] [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak]

    • 30-06-2015: Australia's 'pirate blocking' law a dud. [Stuff]

  • 09-06-2015: Emails: corporate lobbyist thanks US Trade Rep for pasting his wish-list right into TPP. [BoingBoing] [TechDirt]

  • 07-06-2015: Criminals when you pirate, criminals when you pay. [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak]

  • 01-06-2015: Third Pirate Bay founder freed from clink, vows to fight domain seizure. [The Register] [Engadget]

  • 29-05-2015: The always up-to-date guide to streaming blocked content overseas. [Lifehacker]

  • 21-05-2015: Former IMF chief economist on the problems with TPP. [BoingBoing] [The Baseline Scenario]

  • 20-05-2015: TPB loses its iconic Swedish .se domains. [DailyTech] [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak]

  • 19-05-2015: Pirate Bay domains to be seized. [BoingBoing] [TorrentFreak] [The Register]

  • 14-05-2015: Shutting down pirate sites is ineffective. [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak]

  • 04-05-2015: Hollywood urged Prime Minister to keep DVD ripping illegal. [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak]

  • 03-05-2015: SOPA lives on for the International Anti-Counterfeiting Coalition. [Gizmodo]

  • 02-05-2015: Hollywood: piracy sites must shut within 24 hours. [HardOCP] [The Guardian]

    • 15-05-2015: Blocking pirate sites doesn't weaken pirates say Euroboffins. [The Register]

  • 02-05-2015: Intellectual property laws in China, India are flawed, claims US govt without irony. [The Register]

  • 01-05-2015: IP-Echelon: The Australian company hunting down internet pirates. [Stuff]

  • 26-04-2015: The CD factory worker who broke the music industry. [Gizmodo]

  • 24-04-2015: New Australian bill could outlaw VPNs in bid to stamp out Hulu, Netflix ‘piracy'. [ExtremeTech]

  • 22-04-2015: The Pirate Bay’s domain name may be seized next week. [ExtremeTech] [HardOCP]

  • 22-04-2015: AdBlock Plus defeats German publishers in court. [BBC News] [Engadget] [HardOCP] [VentureBeat]

  • 21-04-2015: HBO to VPN HBO Now users: prove you live in U.S. or we will terminate you. [DailyTech]

  • 19-04-2015: The Pirate Bay opens up registration to new users. [HardOCP] [VentureBeat]

  • 17-04-2015: Sony lobbied Netflix to stop Aussie VPN users, leak shows. [Stuff]

  • 15-04-2015: Global Mode firm thumbs nose at TV giants. [Stuff]

    • 05-05-2015: Why Global Mode challenge should fail. [NZ Herald]

  • 14-04-2015: Is downloading really stealing? The ethics of digital piracy. [NZ Herald]

  • 08-04-2015: Australia's landmark piracy ruling disclosures alleged file-sharers details. [Stuff]

  • 30-03-2015: Court orders Pirate Bay blockade, users defeat it within minutes. [ExtremeTech]

  • 28-03-2015: Netflix wants to make VPN piracy obsolete. [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak]

  • 23-03-2015: Storm gathers around CDN Cloudflare after doxxing allegations, Pirate Bay deal. [The Register]

  • 20-03-2015: CISA security bill: an F for security, but an A+ for spying. [Wired] [Gizmodo]

  • 12-03-2015: CISA cybersecurity bill advances despite privacy concerns. [Wired]

  • 11-03-2015: UK ISPs block Pirate Bay proxy sites. [BBC News] [Engadget]

  • 21-02-2015: Pirate Bay mods are back on board for massive cleanup. [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak]

  • 13-02-2015: The Pirate Bay is down. [Gizmodo]

  • 09-02-2015: KickassTorrents domain seized, site back up at its old home. [Gizmodo] [TorrentFreak]

  • 07-02-2015: Could the FBI be involved in the Pirate Bay revival? [HardOCP] [BetaNews]

  • 31-01-2015: The Pirate Bay comes back weeks after a police raid. [Engadget] [Gizmodo] [The Register] [HardOCP] [TechCrunch] [BBC News] [ExtremeTech] [Hexus] [Stuff]

    • 02-02-2015: Pirate Bay data now tugged by IP-address-tracking current. [The Register]

  • 21-01-2015: Cory Doctorow and EFF aim to “eradicate DRM in our lifetime”. [Ars Technica]

  • 12-01-2015: Chilling effects on chilling effects as DMCA archive deletes self from Google. [TechDirt]

  • 10-01-2015: CISPA: the awful anti-privacy law that won't prevent another Sony hack. [Gizmodo]

  • 09-01-2015: CISPA being revived. [Gizmodo]

    • 14-01-2015: The new CISPA bill is literally exactly the same as the last one. [Gizmodo]

  • 05-01-2015: Google asked to remove 345 million "pirate" links in 2014. [TorrentFreak] [HardOCP] [Ars Technica]

  • 04-01-2015: This website could be the ultimate all-in-one torrent machine. [Gizmodo]

  • 03-01-2015: Netflix cracks down on VPN and proxy "pirates". [TorrentFreak] [Engadget] [Stuff] [The Register]

    • 05-01-2015: NZ Netflix users may escape crackdown. [Stuff]

  • 03-01-2015: Pirate Bay starts counting down to February 1st. [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak]

  • 02-01-2015: Canadian ISPs and VPNs now have to alert pirating customers. [TorrentFreak]

  • 02-01-2015: The Pirate Bay went down, but early reports indicate no impact on PC game piracy. [ExtremeTech]

2014 – News and Articles

  • 24-12-2014: MPAA secretly settled with Hotfile for $4 million, not $80 million. [TorrentFreak]

  • 19-12-2014: The MPAA’s attempt to revive SOPA through a State Attorney General. [HardOCP] [Google]

    • 19-12-2014: Google and MPAA publicity slam each other over privacy. [TorrentFreak] [Wired]

    • 19-12-2014: The MPAA is playing politics to help topple Google. [Engadget]

    • 20-12-2014: Google moves to halt investigation by Mississippi AG, cites MPAA lobbying. [Ars Technica]

    • 20-12-2014: Google lawsuit forces MPAA-backed attorney general to retreat. [Engadget]

  • 17-12-2014: MPAA’s plan to break DNS in the name of fighting piracy – exposed by the Sony hack. [ExtremeTech]

    • 19-12-2014: Telcos' anti-Net Neutrality argument may let the MPAA destroy DNS. [BoingBoing] [TechDirt]

  • 15-12-2014: Sony Leak: the secret meetings that set Hollywood's anti-piracy war plan. [Gizmodo] [The Verge]

  • 12-12-2014: Project Goliath: Inside Hollywood's secret war against Google. [The Verge] [The Register] [Gizmodo]

    • 20-12-2014: Hollywood v. Goliath: Inside the aggressive studio effort to bring Google to heel. [Ars Technica]

  • 12-12-2014: Google, furious with MPAA, ends anti-piracy cooperatinon. [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak]

  • 12-12-2014: Telling people how to remove DRM isn't illegal. [Engadget] [Gizmodo]

  • 11-12-2014: MPAA prepares to bring pirate site blocking to the US. [TorrentFreak]

  • 11-12-2014: Abbott govt issues piracy ultimatum to ISPs. [Stuff]

  • 09-12-2014: Swedish police raid The Pirate Bay, site offline. [TorrentFreak] [ReadWriteWeb] [Ars Technica] [Engadget] [TrustedReviews] [Wired] [Stuff] [BBC News] [Hexus] [BoingBoing] [THG] [DC Knowledge]

    • 10-12-2014: The Pirate Bay raided, shut down by Swedish police – and it may never return. [ExtremeTech] [NZ Herald]

    • 10-12-2014: Pirate Bay cofounder Peter Sunde says he’s happy to see site gone. [Ars Technica] [TrustedReviews] [DailyTech]

    • 11-12-2014: Welcome to Whack-a-mole, Pirate Bay style. [Graham Cluley]

    • 12-12-2014: Pirate Bay resurfaces... or does it? [NZ Herald]

    • 12-12-2014: Another torrent site has resurrected the Pirate Bay. [Gizmodo]

    • 13-12-2014: Pirate Bay search and data resureected by IsoHunt. [HardOCP] [AfterDawn] [VentureBeat] [The Register] [TrustedReviews]

    • 14-12-2014: The Pirate Bay shutdown hasn't slowed piracy at all. [Gizmodo] [Variety] [ExtremeTech]

    • 15-12-2014: Pirate Bay 'copy' goes online after shutdown. [BBC News] [THG]

    • 15-12-2014: Don't trust the Pirate Bay posers. [Gizmodo] [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak]

    • 15-12-2014: Pirate Bay admins 'couldn't care less' about police raid. [The Register]

    • 16-12-2014: Anonymous targets Sweden over Pirate Bay. [Stuff]

    • 16-12-2014: One week later, the Pirate Bay shows signs of life. [ReadWriteWeb]

    • 16-12-2014: The Pirate Bay shutdown: the whole story, so far. [Engadget]

    • 20-12-2014: There are gonna be 9280928 Pirate Bays because anyone can make a new one. [Gizmodo] [The Register]

    • 21-12-2014: The Pirate Bay may have lost, but the battle has just begun. [Stuff]

    • 23-12-2014: Pirate Bay flag flies again, sails to Moldova. [Stuff]

    • 26-12-2014: The Open Bay helps launch 372 'copies' of The Pirate Bay in a week, becomes GitHub's most popular project. [VentureBeat]

  • 29-11-2014: Music publishers finally pull the trigger, sue an ISP over piracy. [Ars Technica]

  • 24-11-2014: Google refuses MPAA request to blacklist ‘Pirate Site’ homepages. [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak]

  • 31-10-2014: NZ Trade Minister: we keep TPP a secret to prevent "public debate". [BoingBoing] [TechDirt]

  • 27-10-2014: MPAA reports The Pirate Bay to The US government. [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak] [Ars Technica]

  • 17-10-2014: WikiLeaks reveals new draft of Trans-Pacific Partnership. [The Register]

  • 15-09-2014: MPAA swears it’s not pushing for more anti-piracy legislation. [HardOCP] [Consumerist]

  • 09-09-2014: US internet provider refuses to expose alleged pirates. [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak]

  • 23-08-2014: British man sentenced to nearly three years in prison for movie piracy. [Ars Technica] [The Register] [BoingBoing] [BGR]

  • 20-08-2014: Google sees over 1 million daily takedown requests for pirate links. [Engadget] [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak]

  • 19-08-2014: US court grants order to wipe pirate sites from the Internet. [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak]

  • 18-08-2014: ISPs face lawsuits after failing to block The Pirate Bay. [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak]

  • 01-08-2014: Confessions of a music thief. [BGR]

  • 20-07-2014: Pirate Bay traffic has doubled post-ISP blocks. [Ars Technica] [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak]

  • 20-07-2014: RIAA bullies tiny music sites that pay fees instead of make money. [Gizmodo]

  • 18-07-2014: Watermark claims to sink digital pirates. [Stuff]

  • 10-07-2014: New privacy-killing CISPA clone is now a step closer to becoming law. [BGR]

  • 10-07-2014: Global protest calls for canning SOPA-by-stealth treaty's IP bits. [The Register]

  • 09-07-2014: Hollywood downloads pirated content just like everyone else. [BGR]

  • 04-06-2014: MPAA strikes anti-piracy deal with torrent client creator. [TorrentFreak]

  • 04-06-2014: Rightscorp: a business founded on threats of Internet disconnection. [BoingBoing] [Ars Technica]

  • 21-05-2014: Son of ACTA pours fuel on IP trade fire. [The Register]

  • 19-05-2014: MPAA urges lawmakers to protect young pirates. [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak]

  • 16-05-2014: How advocacy beat ACTA in Europe. [BoingBoing]

  • 09-05-2014: ISPs will send warning letters to illegal downloaders from next year. [Engadget]

  • 09-05-2014: Congressmen ask ad companies to pretend SOPA is law, break anti-trust. [BoingBoing] [EFF]

  • 25-04-2014: So far, so SOPA: Web campaigners to protest world's biggest ever free trade deal. [The Register]

  • 23-04-2014: Official responsible for copyright chapters of TPP & ACTA gets a job at MPAA; his replacement is another copyright lobbyist. [BoingBoing]

  • 02-04-2014: You don’t have to be a major Hollywood studio to see the IP risks in cloud file locker services. [Graham Cluley]

  • 31-03-2014: How Dropbox knows when you're sharing copyrighted files. [Gizmodo]

  • 30-03-2014: Thousands march against TPPA. [Stuff]

  • 27-03-2014: Piracy notwithstanding, MPAA enjoys a “very strong year” - again. [Ars Technica]

  • 26-03-2014: Anti-piracy company posts $2M loss. [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak]

  • 25-03-2014: Google takedown notices surge 711,887% in four years. [TorrentFreak] [BoingBoing] [Google] [Engadget] [The Register]

    • 27-03-2014: Here’s how Google handles 50,000 government requests in a year. [BGR]

  • 26-02-2014: TPP negotiations stall again [The Register]

  • 20-02-2014: Obama's top Trans-Pacific Partnership officials were given millions by banks before taking the job. [BoingBoing] [Public Report]

  • 12-02-2014: Artists confront the web's pirates. [Stuff]

  • 05-02-2014: Why DRM is the root of all evil. [BoingBoing] [The Guardian]

  • 29-01-2014: Blocking torrent sites 'ineffective': Pirate Bay ban lifted for Dutch ISPs. [The Register]

  • 22-01-2014: Fed judge rules that a downloader's IP address is not proof of identity. [BoingBoing] [TorrentFreak]

  • 12-01-2014: TPP treaty nearly ready to roll over us, says Oz minister. [The Register]

    • 11-01-2014: TPP: how the US Trade Rep is hoping to gut Congress with absurd lies. [BoingBoing] [TechDirt]

  • 09-01-2014: ISP subscribers not liable for pirating family members. [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak]

2013 – News and Articles

  • 27-12-2013: Google discarded 21,000,000 takedown requests in 2013. [TorrentFreak]

  • 26-12-2013: Hold ISPs responsible for facilitating piracy. [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak]

  • 24-12-2013: Iron Maiden makes millions by touring countries where their music is most pirated. [BoingBoing] [CiteWorld] [Gizmodo]

    • 27-12-2013: Iron Maiden's social-media/piracy success story was wrong. [BoingBoing]

  • 10-12-2013: TPP leak: US babies following bathwater down the drain. [The Register]

  • 05-12-2013: Australian political games could see full TPPA treaty revealed. [The Register]

  • 03-12-2013: Judge: MPAA can’t call Hotfile founders “pirates” or “thieves” at trial. [Ars Technica]

  • 03-12-2013: ACTA about to be quietly written into Canadian law. [BoingBoing] [Excess Copyright]

  • 25-11-2013: MPAA revenues up 50% as "war on piracy" cranks up. [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak] [BoingBoing]

  • 19-11-2013: Data visualization shows US isolation in pushing for brutal TPP. [BoingBoing] [Washington Post]

  • 19-11-2013: SOPA rides again: USA’s secret TPP treaty outlaws phone jailbreaks and unlocking, introduces crazy copyright law. [ExtremeTech]

  • 18-11-2013: MPAA and RIAA urge government to keep high fines. [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak]

  • 15-11-2013: MPAA wants advanced anti-piracy measures at theatres. [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak] [Wired]

  • 13-11-2013: WikiLeaks publishes secret draft of Trans-Pacific Partnership treaty. [The Verge]

    • 14-11-2013: TPP's worst evil: making all future copyright reform impossible. [BoingBoing] [TechDirt]

    • 26-11-2013: Ditch IP from TPP, says Aust Digital Alliance. [The Register]

  • 12-11-2013: MPAA, RIAA: Kids need to learn 3 Rs – reading, writing and NO RIPPING. [The Register]

  • 30-10-2013: UK ISPs must block 21 more filesharing sites. [Hexus]

  • 22-10-2013: NSA-friendly cyber-slurp law CISPA back on the table with new Senate bill. [The Register]

  • 17-10-2013: That's a wrap for IsoHunt: MPAA forces file-sharing site to close. [Gizmodo] [Wired]

  • 16-10-2013: MPAA asks judge to exclude evidence on piracy losses. [BoingBoing] [TorrentFreak]

  • 23-09-2013: RIAA and MPAA developed anti-piracy curriculum for elementary schools. [HardOCP] [Wired]

  • 21-09-2013: Spain passes new anti-piracy laws, raises maximum penalty to six years. [Ars Technica] [Stuff]

  • 19-09-2013: Report shows how the anti-SOPA fight came from the bottom up. [BoingBoing] [SSRN]

  • 18-09-2013: MPAA says Google fosters piracy, because why wouldn't it. [Wired]

  • 13-09-2013: UK pirates face intellectual property crackdown. [BBC News]

  • 29-08-2013: Syrian Electronic Army 'hack' of the NYT was exactly the remedy MPAA demanded with SOPA. [TechDirt]

  • 06-08-2013: Obama administration trying to resurrect SOPA's streaming-is-felony policies. [ReadWriteWeb] [US PTO: PDF] [Washington Post]

  • 18-07-2013: Tribunal finds woman's Skynet defence 'vague'. [Stuff]

  • 04-07-2013: RIAA hits 25 million Google takedowns, web blocking making things worse. [TorrentFreak] [Gizmodo]

  • 20-06-2013: The White House's latest copyright and patent plan could be better than you think. [The Verge]

  • 18-06-2013: Public outcry in Taiwan kills their version of SOPA. [TechDirt]

  • 16-05-2013: Hacking politics: name-your-price ebook on the history of SOPA fight. [BoingBoing] [O/R Books]

  • 14-05-2013: What is TPP? The biggest global threat to the Internet since ACTA. [Gizmodo]

  • 02-05-2013: CISPA is not dead... it's coming back -- get ready. [BoingBoing] [cispaisback.org]

    • 16-05-2013: Second time's a charm for CISPA bill. [Stuff]

  • 02-05-2013: Here is the new face of TPP and ACTA in the US. [EFF]

  • 30-04-2013: SOPA's daddy is now in charge of government science funding, and he hates peer review. [BoingBoing] [Science]

  • 24-04-2013: Pro-SOPA judiciary head calls for US copyright law revamp. [WSJ ATD]

  • 11-04-2013: Obama administration: CISPA bill must do more to protect privacy. [LA Times] [ReadWriteWeb]

  • 14-03-2013: "Soft SOPA" and how copyright disrupts technological innovation. [ReadWriteWeb]

  • 11-03-2013: CISPA: who's for it and who's against it. [ReadWriteWeb]

    • 13-03-2013: White House petition against CISPA gets over the 100,000 signature threshold. [TechDirt]

    • 13-03-2013: White House responds to anti-CISPA petition. [ExtremeTech]

    • 14-03-2013: Facebook unfriends CISPA cybersecurity bill over privacy. [cNet]

  • 20-03-2013: Under CISPA, who can get your data? [EFF]

  • 22-03-2013: Don't just hate CISPA, fix it. [Wired]

    • 23-01-2013: Congressman boasts on Twitter about money he got to support CISPA, then thinks better of it. [BoingBoing] [Sunlight Foundation]

    • 06-04-2013: Amendments to CISPA proposed. [HardOCP] [TNW]

  • 01-03-2013: Here comes ACTA: Canadian government introduces anti-counterfeiting trade agreement compliance bill. [Michael Geist]

  • 22-02-2013: Cellphone unlocking is the first step toward post-SOPA copyright reform. [BoingBoing]

  • 13-02-2013: Controversial cyber bill CISPA returns to Congress for debate, same as before. [The Verge] [EFF] [Lifehacker]

    • 14-02-2013: Obama, cybersecurity, and the return of CISPA. [ReadWriteWeb]

    • 17-02-2013: Lawmakers defend controversial CISPA bill. [THG]

    • 18-02-2013: CISPA is back: worst Internet law since SOPA needs you to fight it. [BoingBoing] [EFF]

    • 20-02-2013: Track CISPA's every move in Congress with the Sunlight Foundation's Scout alert service. [BoingBoing] [Sunlight Foundation]

  • 07-02-2013: That awful privacy-killing CISPA bill is coming back to haunt us. [Gizmodo]

  • 05-02-2013: Fall of SOPA explained in 3 minute video. [BoingBoing]

  • 19-01-2013: How the Internet killed SOPA. [Ars Technica]

  • 18-01-2013: After a year in the grave, can SOPA and PIPA return? [cNet]

    • 19-01-2013: SOPA/PIPA supporters still completely ignore the public. [HardOCP] [TechDirt]

    • 19-01-2013: A year after SOPA, these are the next five battles for Internet freedom. [Gizmodo]

  • 08-01-2013: Still smarting from SOPA, Congress to shy away from copyright in 2013. [Ars Technica]

2012 – News and Articles

  • 25-12-2012: Digital feudalism, cyberterrorism, and zombie SOPA. [ReadWriteWeb]

  • 20-12-2012: Euro Commission abandons ACTA court request. [The Register] [ZDNet]

  • 08-11-2012: Voters boot three SOPA-sponsoring Hollywood allies from Congress. [Ars Technica]

  • 16-10-2012: EFF warns of ACTA redux. [The Register]

  • 12-10-2012: Jimmy Wales: it was Wikipedia that ended the evil of SOPA. [The Register]

  • 04-10-2012: MPAA chief admits SOPA and PIPA "are dead, they're not coming back". [Ars Technica] [Wired]

  • 25-08-2012: Leaked: TPP, the son of ACTA will oblige America and other countries to throw out privacy, free speech and due process for easier copyright enforcement. [BoingBoing] [EFF]

  • 10-08-2012: In self-imposed alternative to SOPA, Google will ding repeat copyright offenders in search results. [WSJ ATD] [BBC News]

  • 03-08-2012: Congressman wants your help before we end up with another SOPA. [ReadWriteWeb]

  • 02-08-2012: Vote against CISPA, SOPA and PIPA in 2012. [BoingBoing] [PBC]

  • 30-07-2012: Infuriating RIAA knew that SOPA and PIPA were useless all along. [Gizmodo]

  • 26-07-2012: Mobile privacy lawmaker invites the anti-SOPA forces to the drafting table. [ReadWriteWeb]

  • 20-07-2012: Trying to understand the secretive son-of-ACTA EU/Canada trade agreement. [BoingBoing] [Michael Geist]

  • 13-07-2012: FCC: SOPA is terrible -- when Russia does it. [BoingBoing] [The Hill]

  • 12-07-2012: SOPA architect now pushing for "IP Attaché" legislation. [Ars Technica]

  • 11-07-2012: What's wrong with TPP, the son of ACTA. [BoingBoing] [EFF]

  • 10-07-2012: ACTA can't get its act together. [The Register]

  • 10-07-2012: SOPA lives -- new bill seeks to resurrect expansion of IP enforcement powers. [ReadWriteWeb] [BoingBoing] [TechDirt]

  • 09-07-2012: ACTA is back: leaked docs show Canada/European Commission trying to sneak ACTA into Canada and back into Europe. [BoingBoing] [Michael Geist]

  • 03-07-2012: Anti-SOPA veterans issue declaration of Internet freedom. [Ars Technica] [TechDirt] [The Verge]

  • 03-07-2012: Aussie parliament committee hates ACTA too. [BoingBoing] [ADA]

  • 02-07-2012: Last push to kill ACTA: act now or the Internet gets it. [BoingBoing] [Open Rights Group] [WSJ ATD]

  • 27-06-2012: Australia goes cold on ACTA. [The Register]

  • 23-06-2012: SOPA backer criticise Internet opposition. [HardOCP] [Neowin]

  • 21-06-2012: Powerful EU committee rejects ACTA -- now it's unanimous. [BoingBoing] [Marietje Schaake] [Ars Technica] [Hexus]

  • 21-06-2012: ACTA fails to gain ITC approval, MEPs vote to reject controversial piracy treaty. [The Verge]

  • 13-06-2012: SOPA opponents unveil "Digital Bill of Rights". [Ars Technica]

  • 09-06-2012: Farcical wishlist from Canada's copyright/pharma lobby: warrantless search, Canadian SOPA, jail time for downloaders, public subsidy of copyright enforcement. [BoingBoing] [Michael Geist]

  • 08-06-2012: Canada's warrantless surveillance bill is back and bigger than ever, with surveillance powers for US gov't too. [BoingBoing] [OpenMedia]

    • 09-06-2012: Big content wants to bring SOPA-style policies to Canada. [Ars Technica]

  • 08-06-2012: How the tech industry's anti-SOPA tactics changed politics. [ReadWriteWeb]

  • 31-05-2012: CISPA: time to kill this sucker. [BoingBoing]

  • 31-05-2012: EU politicos put the boot into sickly ACTA. [The Register] [BoingBoing] [Ars Technica] [BoingBoing] [Michael Geist]

  • 29-05-2012: Netherlands jumps off the ACTA train. [The Register]

  • 23-05-2012: Senator admits: SOPA "really did pose some risk to the Internet". [Ars Technica]

  • 23-05-2012: Let's kill CISPA: America's universal surveillance law. [BoingBoing] [PrivacyIsAwesome]

  • 22-05-2012: SOPA fighters handily fund billboard outside Lamar Smith's office. [BoingBoing] [FightForTheFuture]

  • 17-05-2012: ACTA deathwatch: profs call process unconstitutional, Europe revolts. [Ars Technica]

  • 11-05-2012: What's wrong with ACTA. [BoingBoing] [Michael Geist]

  • 11-05-2012: Luis Vuitton asks for SOPA-like seizure of hundreds of websites. [GigaOM]

  • 08-05-2012: Yochai Benkler explains SOPA. [BoingBoing] [The Guardian]

  • 07-05-2012: CISPA -- an alternate future where your personal privacy no longer exists. [Lifehacker]

  • 07-05-2012: 'ACTA is dead' says Europe's digital doyenne. [The Register] [DailyTech]

  • 04-05-2012: CISPA -- what's the worst that could happen? [ReadWriteWeb]

  • 01-05-2012: Mozilla slams CISPA, breaking Silicon Valley's silence on cybersecurity bill. [HardOCP] [Forbes]

  • 01-05-2012: WTF is CISPA? [WSJ ATD]

  • 01-05-2012: Anonymous planning to stop CISPA. [HardOCP] [BGR]

  • 30-04-2012: ACTA in the EU: we can't call it dead yet. [EFF]

  • 28-04-2012: Microsoft now distancing itself from CISPA. [HardOCP] [Neowin]

  • 27-04-2012: How CISPA would affect you -- FAQ. [cNet]

  • 26-04-2012: Privacy-killing CISPA bill passes House. [Gizmodo] [Wired] [TNW] [BoingBoing] [TechDirt] [HardOCP] [cNet] [Ars Technica] [The Register]

    • 27-04-2012: These people are ruining the future of the Internet. [ReadWriteWeb]

  • 26-04-2012: CISPA advances in House, as EFF decries bill's revisions. [Ars Technica]

  • 26-04-2012: The CISPA amendments we really need. [ReadWriteWeb]

  • 26-04-2012: What is CISPA? [Gizmodo]

  • 25-04-2012: White House blasts CISPA, promises veto. [ReadWriteWeb] [The Register] [BoingBoing] [Ars Technica]

    • 04-05-2012: White House reiterates plans to veto CISPA in its current form, though for the wrong reasons. [TechDirt]

  • 25-04-2012: House set to revise CISPA language to add more privacy protection. [Ars Technica]

  • 25-04-2012: CISPA revision allows DHS Internet 'countermeasures'. [HardOCP] [cNet]

  • 24-04-2012: ACTA 'highly intrusive' to individuals, says European data protection supervisor. [The Verge]

  • 24-04-2012: CISPA cybersecurity bill opposed by Obama administration. [The Guardian]

  • 23-04-2012: Opposition grows to CISPA 'big brother' cybersecurity bill. [cNet]

  • 21-04-2012: CISPAcat: using memes to fight America's terrible, net-breaking cybersecurity bill. [BoingBoing] [cispacat]

  • 20-04-2012: With backing of donors and Facebook, don't expect a big CISPA fight. [ReadWriteWeb]

  • 18-04-2012: Debunking CISPA supporters' claims of harmlessness, inevitability. [BoingBoing] [EFF]

  • 18-04-2012: CISPA isn't "son of SOPA". [Wired]

  • 18-04-2012: White House questions CISPA cybersecurity bill. [HardOCP] [cNet]

  • 18-04-2012: SOPA-fighting champs DemandProgress want to hire a lead writer. [BoingBoing] [Aaron Swartz] [The Register]

  • 17-04-2012: Why a pro-SOPA MPAA technologist changed sides and went to work for ISOC. [BoingBoing] [The Guardian]

  • 17-04-2012: New EU ACTA reviewers also recommends not signing it, calls ACTA a threat to civil liberties. [BoingBoing] [BBC News]

  • 17-04-2012: SOPATrack: an app to show connections between campaign donations and voting records. [BoingBoing] [sopatrack]

  • 16-04-2012: ACTA suffers major blow following European rejection call. [ZDNet]

  • 13-04-2012: New draft of CISPA announced -- some progress, still big problems. [TechDirt] [ReadWriteWeb]

  • 11-04-2012: CISPA: SOPA's evil twin -- infographic. [ReadWriteWeb]

    • 13-04-2012: CISPA sounds a lot like SOPA. [HardOCP] [cNet]

  • 11-04-2012: Why Microsoft and Facebook are pro-CISPA but anti-SOPA. [Lifehacker]

  • 10-04-2012: CISPA is SOPA 2.0: petition to stop it. [BoingBoing] [Demand Progress]

    • 10-04-2012: CISPA is a really bad bill, and here's why. [TechDirt]

  • 09-04-2012: Netflix says its PAC is not about SOPA. [WSJ ATD]

  • 07-04-2012: After killing SOPA, Internet activists take aim at a new House cybersecurity bill. [The Hill]

  • 06-04-2012: Understanding TPP, ACTA's nastier, more secret little brother. [BoingBoing] [TechDirt]

  • 05-04-2012: MPAA boss: we're cooking up a new SOPA behind the scenes. [BoingBoing] [TechDirt] [The Register]

  • 05-04-2012: Slow learner? MPAA chief hints at talks to revive SOPA. [Ars Technica] [cNet]

  • 04-04-2012: Spanish SOPA: 79 site takedown requests in first month. [TorrentFreak]

  • 30-03-2012: SOPA is all fun and games until NBC rips off Apple's artwork. [TNW]

  • 26-03-2012: Anti-SOPA Internet society under fire for hiring MPAA executive. [HardOCP] [cNet]

  • 16-03-2012: Court orders SOPA-style blackout of 100+ music sites. [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak]

  • 15-03-2012: SOPA masala: 387 Indian ISPs must block 104 piratical websites. [Ars Technica]

  • 20-06-2012: Indian ISPs unblock BitTorrent sites after appeal. [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak]

  • 09-03-2012: SOPA still stings: Wikipedia officially ditches GoDaddy. [ReadWriteWeb]

  • 08-03-2012: SOPA poked an angry bear and set it loose on the net. [The Register]

  • 08-03-2012: Danish trade minister and ACTA booster apologise for bogus piracy numbers. [BoingBoing] [TechDirt]

  • 07-03-2012: Canadian record industry demands SOPA-style censorship. [BoingBoing] [Michael Geist]

  • 03-03-2012: Michael Geist's magisterial 10 minute ACTA takedown. [BoingBoing] [YouTube]

  • 01-03-2012: What the US government tells European parliamentarians about ACTA. [BoingBoing]

  • 01-03-2012: Irish SOPA signed into law. [BoingBoing] [TechDirt]

  • 29-02-2012: SOPA's author wants everything you do online logged and made available without warrant. [BoingBoing] [MSNBC]

  • 28-02-2012: RIAA sort of responds to SOPA critics, says copyright "offers little real protection". [Ars Technica]

  • 27-02-2012: TechDirt post about SOPA censored from Google results due to bogus DMCA compaint. [BoingBoing] [TechDirt]

  • 27-02-2012: Danish band claims collecting society prevented them from playing anti-ACTA gig. [BoingBoing]

  • 22-02-2012: MPAA's Chris Dodd extends SOPA olive branch to Silicon Valley. [The Wrap]

  • 22-02-2012: ACTA: EU court to rule on anti-piracy agreement. [BBC News] [ReadWriteWeb] [The Register] [Ars Technica]

  • 21-02-2012: How the European Internet rose up against ACTA. [Wired]

  • 20-02-2012: ACTA is part of a multi-decade, worldwide copyright campaign. [Ars Technica]

  • 17-02-2012: Entertainment industry people are still pitching for SOPA. [BoingBoing]

  • 15-02-2012: Post SOPA, influential tech investor favours 'blacklisting' pirate sites. [cNet]

  • 12-02-2012: Is the Senate trying to sneak in a new SOPA bill? [Gizmodo]

  • 11-02-2012: Pictures from Berlin's anti-ACTA protest. [BoingBoing] [Flickr]

  • 10-02-2012: Pseudo masochism is fuelling ACTA witch-hunt. [The Register]

  • 10-02-2012: Alan Moore explains Guy Fawkes mask, Occupy, Anonymous and anti-ACTA protests. [BoingBoing] [BBC News]

  • 10-02-2012: Kill ACTA: give the EU an earful about secret copyright treaties in Brussels. [BoingBoing]

  • 10-02-2012: ACTA: Germany delays signing anti-piracy agreement. [BBC News] [The Register] [HardOCP] [Yahoo News]

  • 09-02-2012: Kill ACTA. [BoingBoing] [killacta.org]

    • 11-02-2012: Today is the day to kill ACTA. [BoingBoing]

  • 09-02-2012: The Senate's SOPA counterattack? Cybersecurity the undoing of privacy. [Cato@Liberty]

  • 08-02-2012: RIAA still raging against Google, Wikipedia for "misuse of power" in SOPA battle. [Ars Technica]

    • 08-02-2012: RIAA says Google and Wikipedia manufactured controversy. [HardOCP] [NYT]

  • 07-02-2012: Czechs, Slovaks stall on ACTA. [The Register]

  • 06-02-2012: Hollywood's gentler post-SOPA strategy. [HardOCP] [cNet]

  • 06-02-2012: SOPA and PIPA prompt Reddit, Mozilla, and 73 others to ask Congress to halt work on intellectual property laws. [The Verge]

  • 04-02-2012: Young people followed SOPA news more than election news. [HardOCP] [TechDirt]

  • 03-02-2012: SOPA, ACTA and WIPO: where is copyfight headed? [BoingBoing]

  • 03-02-2012: European revolt over ACTA treaty gains ground. [The Register] [Ars Technica]

    • 03-02-2012: London's anti-ACTA demonstration, one week from tomorrow. [BoingBoing]

    • 03-02-2012: Poland's prime minister wants to put the brakes on ACTA. [BoingBoing]

    • 03-02-2012: Slovenia's ambassador apologises to her children and her nation for signing ACTA, calls for mass demonstrations in Ljubljana tomorrow. [BoingBoing] [Meta]

    • 06-02-2012: ACTA: Europe braced for protests over anti-piracy treaty. [BBC News]

    • 11-02-2012: Protests erupt across Europe against web piracy threat. [Reuters]

    • 13-02-2012: European Parliament president slams ACTA 'in current form'. [The Register] [BBC News] [The Guardian]

    • 15-02-2012: Bulgaria and Netherlands back away from ACTA. [BoingBoing] [The Guardian]

    • 17-02-2012: Netherlands plans to make 'copyrighted material easier to use'. [The Register]

  • 02-02-2012: Son of ACTA, the TPP, wants to legislate buffers. [BoingBoing]

  • 02-02-2012: Major labels demand that SOPA be folded into Canada's new copyright law, C-11. [BoingBoing] [Michael Geist]

  • 01-02-2021: Beyond ACTA: next secret copyright agreement negotiated this week -- in Hollywood. [Ars Technica] [BoingBoing]

  • 01-02-2012: ACTA goes too far, says MEP. [The Guardian]

  • 31-01-2012: Straigh dope on Canada's new copyright law, ACTA and SOPA. [BoingBoing] [Michael Geist]

  • 31-01-2012: Viacom's Philippe Dauman says "mob mentality" doomed SOPA and PIPA. [WSJ ATD] [HardOCP]

    • 07-02-2012: Paramount "humbled" by SOPS protests even as CEO blasts "mob mentality". [Ars Technica]

  • 30-01-2012: Impeachable offense? Obama takes "bribe", institutes SOPA's evil twin ACTA. [DailyTech]

  • 30-01-2012: Canadians from all corners of industry, culture, education, law, and civil society oppose Canada's SOPA. [BoingBoing] [Michael Geist]

  • 30-01-2012: Silence of the lambs: the missing voice of authors in the SOPA debate. [WSJ ATD]

  • 30-01-2012: Alt text: the sinister sons of SOPA. [Wired]

  • 30-01-2012: As Anonymous protests, Internet drowns in inaccurate anti-ACTA arguments. [Ars Technica]

  • 29-01-2012: Big brother: how ACTA brings SOPA's threat to a global scale. [Trusted Reviews]

  • 28-01-2012: Infographic: Hollywood's long war on technology. [BoingBoing] [Matador]

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  • 27-01-2012: We have every right to be furious about ACTA. [EFF]

  • 27-01-2012: The ACTA fight returns: what is at stake and what you can do. [Michael Geist]

  • 27-01-2012: UFC president calls out Anonymous, plugs SOPA, gets KTFO. [DailyTech]

  • 27-01-2012: What you should know about ACTA and your rights. [ReadWriteWeb]

  • 27-01-2012: Thought SOPA was bad? 10 reasons to oppose ACTA. [ReadWriteWeb]

  • 27-01-2012: SOPA and PIPA technical issues explained simply in infographic form. [Lifehacker]

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  • 27-01-2012: Google must channel SOPA rage again -- against your privacy. [The Register]

  • 27-01-2012: EMI VP opposes SOPA, thinks better products at better prices will solve piracy. [BoingBoing] [TorrentFreak]

  • 27-01-2012: "Ireland's SOPA" to be debated next week. [THG]

  • 26-01-2012: European Parliament official in charge of ACTA quits, and denounces the 'masquerade' behind ACTA. [TechDirt] [BoingBoing]

  • 26-01-2012: Stop ACTA: secretive treaty will bring in the worst of SOPA through trade obligations. [BoingBoing]

  • 25-01-2012: The SOPA war: a frantic call, an aborted summit, and dramatic new details on how Hollywood lost. [Hollywood Reporter]

  • 25-01-2012: Thought SOPA was bad? Meet ACTA. [HardOCP] [Forbes]

  • 25-01-2012: The SOPA/PIPA protests: who cared most? [The Atlantic]

  • 25-01-2012: New petition asks White House to submit ACTA to the Senate for ratification. [TechDirt]

  • 25-01-2012: Canda's new SOPA-style copyright bill could shut down YouTube. [BoingBoing] [Michael Geist]

  • 25-01-2012: Anonymous goes after world governments in wake of anti-SOPA protests. [Wired]

  • 24-01-2012: Sen. Ron Wyden: PIPA/SOPA is a congressional wake-up call. [Wired]

  • 24-01-2012: Real voters' disinterest in anti-piracy legislation may give SOPA new life. [ReadWriteWeb]

  • 23-01-2012: After SOPA's death, anti-piracy advocates scramble for a way forward. [ReadWriteWeb]

  • 23-01-2012: Furios freetards blitz the wrong SOPA. [The Register]

  • 23-01-2012: US record labels trying to sneak SOPA's provisions into Canada's pending copyright legislation. [BoingBoing] [Michael Geist]

  • 23-01-2012: If the Feds can shut down Megaupload, why do we need SOPA? [Ars Technica]

  • 22-01-2012: White House petition to end support for ACTA. [BoingBoing] [The White House]

  • 21-01-2012: A post-PIPA post. [AVC]

  • 21-01-2012: Two things about SOPA/PIPA. [Joel Spolsky - Google+]

  • 21-01-2012: This is the game that the RIAA and MPAA want to play with you. [Gizmodo]

  • 21-01-2012: SOPA/PIPA mashup: how much Hollywood money did your lawmaker make? Name and shame with fellow voters. [BoingBoing] [BuyTheVote]

  • 21-01-2012: Chris Dodd to Obama: Hollywood will stop supporting you because you were soft on SOPA and PIPA. [BoingBoing] [Fox News] [DailyTech]

    • 22-01-2012: Throwing Hollywood under the bus could pay dividends for GOP. [Ars Technica]

    • 23-01-2012: MPAA threat sparks White House petition for bribery probe. [The Register]

  • 20-01-2012: ESA drops SOPA support, video game lobby laments bill's 'unintended consequences'. [Kotaku]

  • 20-01-2012: Five lessons from the SOPA/PIPA fight. [Slate]

  • 20-01-2012: The next SOPA. [Marco]

  • 20-01-2012: The struggle against SOPA and PIPA is not over. [The Guardian]

  • 20-01-2012: Former Sen. Chris Dodd, MPAA CEO, blasts congress for halting SOPA and PIPA. [TPM]

  • 20-01-2012: Full Reid statement on PIPA. [TPM] [Gizmodo]

  • 20-01-2012: The unsuspecting (but intended) victims of SOPA and PIPA. [ExtremeTech]

  • 20-01-2012: We the people: populist protest kills SOPA (again). [DailyTech]

  • 20-01-2012: Congress puts PIPA and SOPA on backburner. [The Register] [HardOCP] [Washington Post] [GigaOM]

  • 20-01-2012: All four GOP presidential candidates now oppose SOPA/PIPA. [ReadWriteWeb] [Ars Technica]

  • 20-01-2012: SOPA, PIPA votes indefinitely delayed. [ReadWriteWeb] [Washington Post] [Gizmodo] [Engadget]

  • 20-01-2012: What one Chinese blogger said about SOPA/PIPA. [ReadWriteWeb]

  • 20-01-2012: Senate postpones PIPA vote. [BoingBoing] [US Senate]

  • 20-01-2012: SOPA is dead. [BoingBoing] [Mashable] [Ars Technica]

  • 19-01-2012: Father of the web backs SOPA protests. [Sydney Morning Herald]

  • 19-01-2012: SOPA: we can fix this. [C-Scape]

  • 19-01-2012: After Internet blackout, all GOP candidates agree SOPA sucks. [The Raw Story]

  • 19-01-2012: SOPA getting a face-lift: how evil will it be? [Wired]

  • 19-01-2012: Senate leaders from both parties back away from PIPA. [Ars Technica] [Gizmodo] [TechCrunch]

  • 19-01-2012: Some SOPA/PIPA supporters vow to fight the big media to the bitter end. [DailyTech]

  • 19-01-2012: SOPA from a distance: multiplying the trade threats. [The Register]

  • 19-01-2012: Where the funny piracy numbers used to justify SOPA/PIPA spring from. [BoingBoing] [Cato @ Liberty]

  • 19-01-2012: How the Internet blackout affected congressional support for PIPA/SOPA. [BoingBoing] [Pro Publica]

  • 19-01-2012: PIPA/SOPA understanding and action: flowchart edition. [BoingBoing] [ApeConMyth]

  • 19-01-2012: This is how you defeat SOPA/PIPA: 7.5 million people sign petitions, 40k call Capitol Hill. [ReadWriteWeb]

  • 19-01-2012: Why SOPA is going to screw us all: the video. [Gizmodo]

  • 19-01-2012: On PIPA, Senate in talks to yank search. [Politico]

  • 19-01-2012: SOPA protest by the numbers: 162 million pageviews, 7 million signatures. [Ars Technica]

  • 19-01-2012: SOPA backers reassures his troops: "Facts will overcome fears". [Ars Technica]

  • 19-01-2012: Red Hat: SOPA threatens innovation, economic growth. [THG]

  • 19-01-2012: SOPA is dead. Are you happy now? [The Register]

  • 19-01-2012: Top 0 lessons learned from the SOPA protest. [ReadWriteWeb]

  • 19-01-2012: Senator Leahy mystified. [BoingBoing] [Patrick Leahy]

  • 19-01-2012: SOPA/PIPA aren't a failure to understand the Internet -- they arise from self-interested fear of free speech. [BoingBoing] [The Guardian]

  • 19-01-2012: SOPA debate: Wikipedia's Jimmy Wales vs Sandra Aistars of Copyright Alliance. [BoingBoing] [YouTube]

  • 19-01-2012: SOPA: big content loses a fight with the Internet. [BoingBoing] [Mother Jones]

  • 19-01-2012: SOPA and PIPA protests not over, says Wikipedia. [BBC News]

  • 19-01-2012: Two last SOPA/PIPA videos -- one silly and one serious (both terrific). [WSJ ATD]

  • 19-01-2012: An abuse of power given the freedoms these companies enjoy in the marketplace today. [BoingBoing]

  • 19-01-2012: Hollywood loses SOPA story. [WSJ]

  • 18-01-2012: Defend our freedom to share (or why SOPA is a bad idea). [TED - YT] [BoingBoing] [TED]

  • 18-01-2012: Post-SOPA: the path forward for addressing piracy. [Ars Technica]

  • 18-01-2012: Khan Academy explains SOPA/PIPA. [BoingBoing] [YouTube]

  • 18-01-2012: SOPA isn't dead, it's back on. [BoingBoing] [US Judiciary]

  • 18-01-2012: SF v SOPA: the biggest tech protest in decades. [TechCrunch]

  • 18-01-2012: 2.4+ million SOPA-related tweets. [Twitter]

  • 18-01-2012: Hollywood fights Internet protest with TV ad, billboard, radio spot. [Ars Technica]

  • 18-01-2012: SOPA garners mainstream attraction today and more. [ReadWriteWeb]

  • 18-01-2012: Sound bites from the SOPA strike. [WSJ ATD]

  • 18-01-2012: Everything you need to legally protest SOPA. [Lifehacker]

  • 18-01-2012: Internet SOPA/PIPA: don't declare victory yet. [Wired]

  • 18-01-2012: Panicked Congress critters scurry off SOPA/PIPA ship after massive protest. [DailyTech] [Ars Technica] [BoingBoing] [TorrentFreak] [Hexus] [Gizmodo] [VentureBeat]

  • 18-01-2012: SOPA, Internet regulation, and the economics of piracy. [Wired]

  • 18-01-2012: SOPA rage spills into the streets of New York. [Gizmodo]

  • 18-01-2012: SOPA uncensored: you speak out. [ReadWriteWeb]

  • 18-01-2012: SOPA and PIPA are the Internet's own damn fault. [Gizmodo]

  • 18-01-2012: SOPA outrage is breaking the Senate's websites. [Gizmodo]

  • 18-01-2012: MC Hammer hits anti-SOPA rally. [WSJ]

  • 18-01-2012: MPAA hits new low in self-pity over SOPA. [Uproxx]

  • 18-01-2012: US Senate websites hit with technical difficulties following SOPA blackout. [The Verge]

  • 18-01-2012: Support the Daily WTF in supporting the Support SOPA Movement. [Daily WTF]

  • 18-01-2012: Visualising SOPA on Twitter. [Fred Benenson]

  • 18-01-2012: Google shows you SOPA opposition by the numbers. [HardOCP] [Google]

    • PDF attached below: SOPA - Take Action.pdf

  • 18-01-2012: Even without DNS provisions, SOPA and PIPA remain fatally flawed. [Ars Technica]

  • 18-01-2012: What does SOPA mean for us foreigners? [Ars Technica]

  • 18-01-2012: When a petition isn't enough: SOPA protestors raise money to hire lobbyist firm. [Ars Technica]

  • 18-01-2012: The Lonely Island gets off its boat to oppose SOPA. [Ars Technica]

  • 18-01-2012: A history of IP violence: how SOPA's and PIPA's sponsors have waged war on the Internet. [Ars Technica]

  • 18-01-2012: SOPA, Internet regulation, and the economics of piracy. [Ars Technica]

  • 18-01-2012: "Least restrictive means"? One way that SOPA could die in court. [Ars Technica]

  • 18-01-2012: Why one game developer is skipping E3 to start an anti-SOPA crusade. [Ars Technica]

  • 18-01-2012: Protesting SOPA: how to make your voice heard. [WebMonkey]

  • 18-01-2012: Two PIPA sponsors drop support for their own bill. [The Register] [HardOCP] [Senator Marco Rubio - FB] [Gizmodo]

  • 18-01-2012: Hosting firms add voices to SOPA protest. [DC Knowledge]

  • 18-01-2012: SOPA bill faces new hurdles. [WSJ ATD]

  • 18-01-2012: App makers craft code for protesting SOPA. [WSJ ATD]

  • 18-01-2012: With today's protests, SOPA becomes a mainstream issue. [ReadWriteWeb]

  • 18-01-2012: What I wish Wikipedia and others were saying about SOPA/PIPA. [ReadWriteWeb]

  • 18-01-2012: What Mark Zuckerberg says about SOPA/PIPA. [ReadWriteWeb] [Mark Zuckerberg - FB] [Gizmodo] [HardOCP]

    • 18-01-2012: Come on Zuck, do you really mean it? [GigaOM]

  • 18-01-2012: The Register to publish other sites' blacked-out content in SOPA protest. [The Register]

  • 18-01-2012: Stop SOPA and PIPA! [Nikon Rumors]

  • 18-01-2012: Why we're against SOPA and PIPA. [PocketNow]

  • 18-01-2012: SOPA and why we don't support it. [Smartphone Envy]

  • 18-01-2012: What is SOPA and why are all my websites on strike? [GottaBeMobile]

  • 18-01-2012: TUAW on SOPA and PIPA: what they are and why we're against them. [TUAW]

  • 18-01-2012: Protesting SOPA: how to make your voice heard. [Ars Technica]

  • 18-01-2012: SOPA blackouts begin as MPAA calls foul. [ExtremeTech]

  • 18-01-2012: Why we are against SOPA. [CoolSmartPhone]

  • 18-01-2012: A preview of SOPA: web shut down before my eyes. [The Register]

  • 18-01-2012: Rupert Murdoch, Congress revive SOPA. [DailyTech]

  • 17-01-2012: Microsoft says it opposes SOPA 'as currently drafted'. [GeekWire] [Gizmodo]

  • 17-01-2012: A technical examination of SOPA and PIPA. [Reddit]

  • 17-01-2012: What is SOPA? [Gizmodo]

  • 17-01-2012: The Pirate Bay: PIPA/SOPA won't stop us! [TorrentFreak] [TorrentFreak]

    • 17-01-2012: SOPA markup to resume in February. [US Judiciary] [Engadget]

    • 17-01-2012: On SOPA and PIPA, MPAA and Chamber strike conciliatory note. [Politico]

    • 17-01-2012: The White House shelves SOPA -- now what? [The Register]

  • 17-01-2012: SOPA resurrected as Google and other join protests. [ReadWriteWeb]

  • 17-01-2012: Why SOPA/PIPA protests should matter to people outside the USA. [BoingBoing]

  • 16-01-2012: The Internet wins: SOPA has been shelved, but we must remain vigilant. [ExtremeTech]

    • 16-01-2012: Ding dong, SOPA is dead. [DailyTech]

  • 16-01-2012: Obama's post-SOPA challenge: all right, you come up with a solution! [ReadWriteWeb] [DailyTech] [HardOCP] [Seattle Times]

  • 16-01-2012: Tim O'Reilly on SOPA: it protects the wrong people. [BoingBoing] [GigaOM]

  • 16-01-2012: SOPA is dying; its evil Senate twin, PIPA, lives on. [BoingBoing] [Examiner]

  • 14-01-2012: Last Saturday I woke up mad -- a #BlackoutSOPA origin story. [Hunter Walk]

  • 14-01-2012: Murdoch slams Obama for supporting "Silicon Valley piracy leaders". [Gizmodo] [WSJ ATD] [The Register]

    • 18-01-2012: The story behind Rupert Murdoch's rants about Google and SOPA. [Forbes]

    • 22-01-2012: Dear Rupert Murdoch: let's talk piracy and "The Simpsons". [Daggle]

  • 14-01-2012: BoingBoing will go dark on Jan 18 to fight SOPA. [BoingBoing]

    • 16-01-2012: Emergency NY tech meetup SOPA/PIPA protest Wednesday at Sens. Schumer and Gillibrand's offices. [BoingBoing]

    • 16-01-2012: Wikipedia will go dark to protest SOPA/PIPA. [BoingBoing] [Reuters] [ReadWriteWeb] [HardOCP] [cNet] [Ars Technica] [FT] [Gizmodo] [BBC News] [Hexus]

    • 16-01-2012: Twitter CEO says SOPA blackout protest is "silly". [BoingBoing] [The Guardian]

    • 17-01-2012: Going dark to protest SOPA/PIPA. [Schneier]

    • 17-01-2012: List of sites planning SOPA protests continues to grow. [WSJ ATD]

    • 17-01-2012: Stop PIPA bar for your website. [BoingBoing]

    • 17-01-2012: MPAA issues statement slamming SOPA/PIPA "blackout" protests as "dangerous gimmick". [BoingBoing] [The Consumerist]

    • 17-01-2012: 2600 to go PIPA-dark, too. [BoingBoing]

    • 17-01-2012: SOPA protest swells as Google, Scribd and WordPress join. [Ars Technica]

    • 17-01-2012: SOPA lives -- and MPAA calls protests an "abuse of power". [Ars Technica] [HardOCP] [cNet] [Gizmodo]

    • 17-01-2012: Protest SOPA: black out your website the Google-friendly way. [WebMonkey]

    • 17-01-2012: Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales defends SOPA protest blackout. [The Telegraph]

    • 17-01-2012: Google will protest SOPA using popular homepage. [cNet]

    • 17-01-2012: SOPA protest nears zero hour. [Politico]

    • 17-01-2012: Taking SOPA/PIPA to the streets: protests on for SF, NYC. [GigaOM]

    • 17-01-2012: Wikipedia, Craigslist, other sites go black in SOPA protest. [LA Times]

    • 18-01-2012: Sites go dark in piracy protest. [BBC News]

    • 18-01-2012: SOPA resistance day begins at Ars. [Ars Technica]

    • 18-01-2012: Google, Wikipedia and others protest SOPA/PIPA. [Engadget]

    • 18-01-2012: Google's censored logo. [Google] [GottaBeMobile]

    • 18-01-2012: PSA: your sites aren't down, they're protesting SOPA and PIPA. [iMore]

    • 18-01-2012: What is SOPA and why are all my websites on strike? [GottaBeMobile]

    • 18-01-2012: Wikipedia goes dark, news orgs say "I got this". [ReadWriteWeb]

    • 18-01-2012: How one higher education institute is protesting SOPA/PIPA. [ReadWriteWeb]

    • 18-01-2012: With today's protests, SOPA becomes a mainstream issue. [ReadWriteWeb]

    • 18-01-2012: Stop SOPA: what a blacked-out Internet looks like. [ReadWriteWeb]

    • 18-01-2012: The day the web went dark. [WSJ ATD]

    • 18-01-2012: SOPA blackout spreads across the Internet. [Ars Technica]

    • 18-01-2012: This is what an Internet protest looks like. [Gizmodo]

    • 18-01-2012: De-blackout Wikipedia with this bookmarklet. [Lifehacker]

    • 18-01-2012: Why Lifehacker isn't black today. [Lifehacker]

    • 18-01-2012: How Wikipedia turned off the lights. [NYT]

  • 14-01-2012: Lamar Smith and Patrick Leahy blink: take DNS-blocking out of SOPA and PIPA. [BoingBoing] [cNet]

    • 16-01-2012: SOPA bins DNS blocking after White House wades in. [The Register]

  • 14-01-2012: White House strangles SOPA, citing censorship, security concerns. [ReadWriteWeb] [Ars Technica] [Engadget] [White House] [WSJ ATD] [BoingBoing] [Tim O'Reilly] [Hexus] [Lifehacker]

  • 13-01-2012: Tim O'Reilly: why I'm fighting SOPA. [GigaOM]

  • 13-01-2012: SOPA delayed -- Cantor promises it won't be brought to the floor until 'issues are addressed'. [TechDirt]

  • 13-01-2012: DNS provision pulled from SOPA. [HardOCP] [cNet] [Gizmodo]

  • 13-01-2012: The author of SOPA is a copyright violator. [Vice] [DailyTech] [Vice] [BoingBoing]

  • 13-01-2012: Even without DNS blocking, PIPA could still stifle innovation. [ReadWriteWeb]

  • 13-01-2012: Ex-post PIPA: what happens to anti-piracy now? [ReadWriteWeb]

  • 13-01-2012: Lamar Smith countermoves, will remove court order provision from SOPA. [ReadWriteWeb] [Ars Technica]

  • 12-01-2012: Internet blacklist power to be stripped from Senate's PIPA. [Ars Technica]

  • 12-01-2012: Congressman says SOPA may kill his favourite game. [HardOCP] [TorrentFreak]

  • 12-01-2012: Dirty cops will love SOPA. [BoingBoing] [PopeHat]

  • 11-01-2012: As SOPA/PIPA becomes toxic, frantic Congress test runs dropping DNS blocking provisions. [TechDirt]

  • 11-01-2012: If SOPA's main target is The Pirate Bay, it's worth pointing out that it's immune from SOPA. [TechDirt] [ExtremeTech]

  • 11-01-2012: The SOPA debate and how it's affected by Congress's understanding of child porn. [Danwin]

  • 11-01-2012: Soapy: an even better anti-SOPA browser plugin. [BoingBoing]

  • 11-01-2012: SOPA editorial of the day. [HardOCP] [GameFront]

  • 11-01-2012: Will Reddit's SOPA blackout make a difference? [ReadWriteWeb]

  • 10-01-2012: Fighting Internet piracy: CES takes on SOPA vs OPEN debate. [Ars Technica] [BoingBoing] [Forbes]

  • 10-01-2012: Pro-PIPA group 'pirates' anti-PIPA group. [TorrentFreak] [BoingBoing]

  • 10-01-2012: Is a pro-PIPA lobbying group guilty of email 'content theft'? [Ars Technica]

  • 10-01-2012: Fight PIPA, SOPA's Senate cousin, with this Senate scorecard. [BoingBoing] [SOPA Opera]

  • 09-01-2012: Forget SOPA: copyright owners must build a better BitTorrent. [Ars Technica]

  • 09-01-2012: Congressman drops support for SOPA. [BoingBoing] [Reddit]

  • 09-01-2012: Where do leading Republican presidential candidates stand on SOPA? [ReadWriteWeb]

  • 09-01-2012: Android app identifies SOPA supporters behind real-world products. [ReadWriteWeb] [ExtremeTech] [Lifehacker] [BoingBoing] [Forbes] [PocketNow]

  • 07-01-2012: Eight top Internet firms back alternative to SOPA. [ReadWriteWeb] [The Hill]

  • 07-01-2012: Lamar Smith: if you oppose SOPA, you don't matter. [BoingBoing] [TechDirt]

  • 06-01-2012: Stay on top of the fight against SOPA/PIPA with these tools. [Lifehacker]

  • 06-01-2012: SOPA-supporting news outlets aren't covering SOPA. [BoingBoing] [MediaMatters] [The Register]

  • 05-01-2012: Find out where your legislators stand on SOPA, PIPA. [ReadWriteWeb]

  • 04-01-2012: Articulate explanation of how SOPA came about, and how it might be stopped. [BoingBoing] [Reddit]

  • 04-01-2012: SOPA, GoDaddy and the bottom-up democracy (or mob-rule) of the web. [ReadWriteWeb]

  • 04-01-2012: Chrome extension warns you when you browse a SOPA-supporter's website. [ReadWriteWeb]

  • 03-01-2012: SOPA through the generations. [WSJ ATD]

  • 02-01-2012: As SOPA closes in, hackers look to space for the answer. [Hexus]

  • 02-01-2012: Spain gets its own SOPA-style anti-piracy law for shutting down websites. [ReadWriteWeb]

  • 02-01-2012: A science-centric SOPA boycott. [BoingBoing]

2011 – News and Articles

  • 31-12-2011: SOPA: who's in and who's out. [Engadget]

  • 30-12-2011: And now GoDaddy's finally, officially against SOPA. [Gizmodo]

  • 29-12-2011: SOPA opponents may go nuclear and other 2012 predictions. [cNet]

  • 29-12-2011: Save Tom's, stop SOPA. [THG]

  • 29-12-2011: GoDaddy faces boycott over SOPA anti-piracy law support. [BBC News] [Ars Technica] [TechDirt]

  • 27-12-2011: How SOPA would kill art & creativity online. [ReadWriteWeb]

  • 27-12-2011: NameCheap pokes GoDaddy over SOPA with $1 EFF donations. [ReadWriteWeb] [The Next Web]

  • 26-12-2011: While drafting SOPA, the US House harbours BitTorrent pirates. [TorrentFreak]

  • 24-12-2011: Desperation: GoDaddy calling customers, begging them to stay. [TNW]

    • 24-12-2011: GoDaddy lost 21,054 domains yesterday in wake of SOPA PR disaster. [TNW]

    • 24-12-2011: GoDaddy's domain registrations after SOPA: behind the numbers. [The Verge]

    • 27-12-2011: GoDaddy lost 70k domains last week. [HardOCP] [cNet] [DailyTech]

  • 23-12-2011: Brave GoDaddy CEO says he's neither for nor against SOPA. [Gizmodo]

  • 23-12-2011: What you need to know about SOPA in 2012. [ReadWriteWeb]

  • 23-12-2011: How to get around SOPA (if it ever becomes law). [ReadWriteWeb]

  • 23-12-2011: An update on SOPA. [Hexus]

  • 22-12-2011: What is SOPA and how does it work? [The Verge]

  • 22-12-2011: SOPA witch-hunters, count me out. [Redfin]

  • 22-12-2011: Paul Graham: SOPA supporting companies no longer allowed at YC demo day. [TechCrunch]

  • 22-12-2011: GoDaddy's SOPA support sparks calls for boycotts and domain transfers. [ReadWriteWeb] [Gizmodo] [Ars Technica] [WSJ ATD] [The Register]

  • 21-12-2011: How SOPA's circumvention ban could put a target on TOR. [BoingBoing] [cNet]

  • 21-12-2011: All the companies supporting SOPA, the awful Internet censorship law -- and how to contact them. [Gizmodo]

  • 20-12-2011: MPAA says SOPA-style censorship works in Yemen and Syria. [BoingBoing] [EFF]

  • 20-12-2011: Anti-SOPA plugins render censorship law pointless and stupid. [BoingBoing] [TorrentFreak] [Lifehacker] [Gizmodo]

  • 19-12-2011: Cable news finally realising that SOPA and PROTECT IP are bad news. [TechDirt]

  • 18-12-2011: How SOPA will break DNS. [BoingBoing] [Dyn] [Dyn]

  • 18-12-2011: Head MPAA shill reduced to outright lies in bid to make the case for SOPA. [BoingBoing] [TechDirt]

  • 17-12-2011: SOPA and everyday Americans. [BoingBoing] [Bricoleur]

  • 17-12-2011: How SOPA will destroy Internet security. [BoingBoing] [Volokh]

  • 17-12-2011: WTF is happening to SOPA now? [BoingBoing] [TechDirt]

  • 16-12-2011: SOPA casts light on the growing technology divide. [Bryce]

  • 16-12-2011: How SOPA 2.0 sneaks in a really dangerous private ability to kill any website. [TechDirt]

  • 16-12-2011: SOPA vote delayed. [Ars Technica] [Gizmodo] [BoingBoing] [US Judiciary] [Engadget]

  • 16-12-2011: In case SOPA passes: emergency list of IP addresses for popular websites. [BoingBoing] [Reddit] [Google Docs]

  • 15-12-2011: How SOPA became a bill. [BoingBoing] [YouTube]

  • 16-11-2011: Internet community shut out of stop online piracy act hearing - again. [EFF]

  • 18-11-2011: SOPA means the end of the Internet. [Techsploder]

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