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01.27.12 Bucky Turco

While opponents of SOPA and PIPA were patting each other on the back over the temporary death of the two laws, a sinister international version of the bill that the U.S. developed in 2006 and signed in 2011 (along with seven other countries) was gaining steam in Europe and it just passed despite there mass […]

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Bucky Turco

While opponents of SOPA and PIPA were patting each other on the back over the temporary death of the two laws, a sinister international version of the bill that the U.S. developed in 2006 and signed in 2011 (along with seven other countries) was gaining steam in Europe and it just passed despite there mass […]

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01.23.12 Bucky Turco

As reported, sometimes funnyman Bill Maher never read the SOPA bill, but still decided to bitch about it on his show Friday night and greedily argue in defense of it. In honor of Bill’s hypocritical punditry when it comes to blasting numerous politicians for voting on shit they never read, we’re demanding that he read […]

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01.22.12 Bucky Turco

Smarmy political pundit Bill Maher is really upset with SOPA, but not because of the dire ramifications it would have on free speech or the unbridled power it gives the government. He’s pissed about all the money his Religulous film allegedly lost to piracy, despite generating over $20 million in box office and DVD sales. […]

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01.20.12 Bucky Turco

On Wednesday, in an unprecedented show of force, people fought back against SOPA and PIPA, two laws proposed by the U.S. Congress that would have had disastrous results for the internet, free speech, and creative expression. And it worked (the bills have been shelved, for now)! To highlight just how colossal the push back was, […]

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01.18.12 Bucky Turco

Along with the dozens of (popular) websites that went black today, hundreds of people gathered in New York City to protest against SOPA and PIPA, two egregious bills that Congress was actually thinking about passing, that would have serious negative implications for the free speech, creative expression and the general spirit of the internet. […]

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Bucky Turco

Along with the dozens of (popular) websites that went black today, hundreds of people gathered in New York City to protest against SOPA and PIPA, two egregious bills that Congress was actually thinking about passing, that would have serious negative implications for the free speech, creative expression and the general spirit of the internet. […]

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12.27.11 Marina Galperina

The Graphic Artists Guild is officially withdrawing its support for the H.R.3261 Stop Online Piracy Act, a.k.a. the first American internet censorship bill. Sure, they were hot for protecting intellectual property, but since SOPA “may do more harm than good,” the Guild has come to its senses… after reading all those emails and tweets “expressing […]

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12.14.11 Marina Galperina

Tomorrow, the House will be voting on the SOPA bill a.k.a. the first American internet censorship act that will give private corporations the power to censor and shut down any website posting or linking to allegedly “infringing” material. Just think of the possibilities! To help you, here’s a handy black-out widget from F.A.T. artist Greg […]

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11.16.11 Marina Galperina

If you like the internet, it all might change shortly. Right now, the congress is hearing the slyly named Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) that will give private corporations the power to have any website shut down for merely posting a link to “infringing content.” For the latest, go here. Will it affect you? Oh […]

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