It looks like our voices were indeed heard. The United States Senate and House leaders announced today that they are “postponing work” on SOPA and PIPA, the two controversial anti-piracy bills in the wake of large online as well [...]
A shared moment from the SOPA PIPA Protest Rally in San Francisco.
If you think only technology startups and websites are affected by the SOPA Bill, think again. Dailyaisle.com Co-founder Kim Dowd explains to us how SOPA can affect every one of us in the United States, even wanna be brides getting married on [...]
Craigslist founder Craig Newmark protested SOPA outside City Hall in San Francisco today. Here is the video
Now that Wikipedia has blacked out the English edition of it’s website, about 25 million internet users (the average visitors to wikipedia.org according to Comscore) will left in the lurch. If you are one of these 25 million users today, [...]
Wikipedia, the world’s largest free encyclopedia website, announced today that it will black out the english language version of it’s website on Wednesday (Jan 18th 2012) to protest the SOPA anti-piracy bill that is currently under [...]
(BREAKING NEWS! Congress puts SOPA PIPA on Hold! ) Wondering who is supporting the EVIL BILL that we now know as SOPA (Stop Online Piracy Act)? Today, the Justice Department released the complete list of 142 Corporations and other Entities that [...]