SOPA author Lamar Smith is back again, this time rallying for a new law that would allow the Justice Department to bring down the 'full force of the law' against journalists who leak state secrets.
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After fighting against SOPA earlier this year, the Internet rejoiced at its ability to come together against controversial bills. Now it's coming back again, ready for another round.
Despite the efforts of internet activists like Test PAC and Fight for the Future, SOPA author Lamar Smith has won re-election by an unbelievable margin. Did we mention the RIAA funded his campaign?
SOPA author Lamar Smith is back, and worse than ever. He's the author of a new bill which would require ISPs to record tons of sensitive information, and it's got a title that you won't believe.