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Don't expect another SOPA/PIPA blow-up in 2013
California politician: Hands off the Internet!
PIPA creator launches, abandons, effort to expand email surveillance
Editorial: Let's bring the UN's internet regulation talks into the open
RIAA admits that SOPA & PIPA are useless
Regarding SOPA, government says users “poisoned the well”
SOPA author Lamar Smith wins GOP primary
US House of Representatives passes CISPA
CISPA bill to be voted on in the US House this week
MPAA head still hoping for some agreement on SOPA
Germany to postpone its vote on ACTA
George Lucas reveals his opposition to SOPA/PIPA
Zombified kill switch/SOPA bill in the works
Anonymous attacking Mexican web sites
Anonymous hits FTC owned web site in new cyber attack
US Senator's Twitter page hacked by PIPA opponent
The ESA pulls its support of SOPA/PIPA ... kind of
SOPA and PIPA votes in Congress delayed
162 million saw Wikipedia's SOPA/PIPA blackout page
Editorial: Anti-SOPA, anti-piracy
Senator Reid got $3.5 million from pro-SOPA/PIPA groups
Mark Zuckerberg reveals his opposition to SOPA/PIPA
SOPA/PIPA protest hits the real world in New York City
Even more web sites join SOPA/PIPA protests
SOPA hearings to resume in February in US House
DNS blocking to be removed from SOPA
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