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Irwin Tieng, a prominent Filipino politician, has put forth the possibility of a bill echoing SOPA, which was rejected earlier this year after major internet protesting.
In the wake of the capture of one of the terrorists responsible for the Tokyo sarin gas attacks of 1995, Japan's government has quietly amended one of their laws which could theoretically ban YouTube.
With the growing use of open-source software, businesses may find themselves using someone else's intellectual property without knowing it. While it's never been a smart business move to use someone else's intellectual...