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.
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Stop online piracy act
Ireland has now passed a new online copyright law that will allow content providers to ask that entire web sites to be blocked. The "Irish SOPA" was passed despite a number of protests from others.
The official web site of the Scottish Organic Producers Association (SOPA) has been hit with lots of emails from people who think the site is supporting the Stop Online Piracy Act.
The US's video game trade group, the Entertainment Software Association, has killed its previous support of the SOPA and PIPA bills, calling on the parties involved "to refocus their energies".
In a major victory for opponents of the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and the Protect IP Act (PIPA), the leaders of both sides of the US Congress have decided to delay voting on both bills.
All four remaining Republican candidates for President of the US declared their opposition to the Stop Online Piracy Act in a debate on Thursday, putting them in agreement with President Obama.
The US House of Representatives has announced that it will continue discussing the proposed Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) sometime in February due to congressional retreats being held this month.
As promised, Wikipedia's English language web site is now down for 24 hours with only a message protesting the Stop Online Piracy Act. Other web sites will join the protests later today.
Microsoft has finally issued a direct statement about its position on the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) saying that it opposes SOPA "as currently drafted."
Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales has confirmed that the free online encyclopedia will join other web sites and will shut down operations for 24 hours on Wednesday, January 18 to protest SOPA.
The controversial bill that has been causing mayhem on the Internet, The Stop Online Piracy Act, or SOPA for short, has been set aside until the House is able to come to a consensus.
Reddit has announced that the popular user generated news site will go dark for 12 hours on Wednesday, January 18 in order to protest the Stop Online Piracy Act, or SOPA.