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How the Internet killed the Stop Online Piracy Act

A gallery illustrating the movement to stop SOPA, one year after historic protests.

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Elaborate claims about new Dotcom site

Megaupload founder and internet piracy accused Kim Dotcom will launch a new file-sharing website – Mega – on the anniversary of his arrest.

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Protest on Web Uses Shutdown to Take On Two Piracy Bills

With a Web-wide protest on Wednesday that includes a 24-hour shutdown of the English-language Wikipedia, the legislative battle over two Internet piracy bills has reached an extraordinary moment — a political coming of age for a relatively young and disorganized industry that has largely steered clear of lobbying and other political games in Washington.

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quot;The Daily Show" host Jon Stewart says he'll brush up on SOPA

Quot;The Daily Show" host is confronted by "the Internet" over the Stop Online Piracy Act

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SOPA Bill: Stopping Piracy or Killing the Internet? [POLL]

The (Stop Online Piracy Act) SOPA bill is one of the most controversial legislations of 2011. If passed, it will allow the U.S. government and copyright holders to take devastating actions against Web sites accused of enabling or facilitating digital piracy and/or trafficking counterfeit goods.

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Lines Are Drawn on Legislation Against Internet Piracy

Both supporters and opponents of the bills in the House and the Senate are making their cases through well-financed advertising campaigns.

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White House will propose new digital copyright laws

President Obama’s copyright coordinator says she will send new proposals to curb Internet piracy and IP infringement to the U.S. Congress “in the very near future.” (9 hours ago)

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