SOPA reborn by Congress as IPAA – Politics Informer Video

In the past several months, Congress has attempted to police and control the Internet with bills such as PIPA, SOPA and CISPA. But due to blackout campaigns by websites such as Wikipedia, Google and Reddit and protest from citizens, the legislation has been shot down repeatedly. Now the hydra has reared a new head this time known as the Intellectual Property Attache Act. Aaron Swartz, founder and executive director for Demand Progress, joins us to examine how similar SOPA and IPAA really are. Like us and/or follow us:
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  1. So this young, articulate, well-spoken man who wrote out this speech and is reading it word for word on his Mac killed himself without note? Hm.

  2. We the U.S citizens are against SOPA IPAA and we couldn’t care less about owning the world. It’s all about money at the end of the day and that is what America is about.

  3. The whole concept of “Anonymous” is idiotic. When the media and/or government want to vilify internet users, they’ll just use “Anonymous” as an example, or reason to do so, and “Anonymous” is anyone who claims to be “Anonymous.”

  4. Your country is nothing but a shitty little slum filled with Middle Easterners, nowadays.

    “but don’t project your shitty ways on the rest of the world”

    So, which was the genocidal, traditionally inbred nation that just had to build its empire, no matter the cultures and peoples destroyed and displaced by these actions? Why does the U.S. exist? How about Australia, Canada, New Zealand etc.? Yeah, shove those words up your ass, you warmongering, inbred hick, and get off our website.

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