1. Johnly's Avatar
    I think it is wrong for government to spend our money discussing what should and should not be seen on the net....boo! I also think "intellectual property" should remain civil, never criminal. Imagine a pirate steals your work successfully and uses PIPA/SOPA AGAINST YOU! Scary! Those clowns are at their worst today.
    01-18-2012 05:21 PM
  2. paigemariee's Avatar
    First you have to remove the industry's relationship with the government. Without that relationship, there's no just reason for them to be discussing it whatsoever.
    I think the movie, music, art and science industries need to adjust to the evolution of society.... and not stifle the people for the small purpose of protecting intellectual property/making money.

    2012 will be known as the year the United States Bill of Rights was nullified.
    02-08-2012 04:08 PM
  3. backbeat's Avatar
    2012 will be known as the year the United States Bill of Rights was nullified.
    You're about 6 years late to the (Grand Old) party on that note. Conveniently, JUST before the 2006 midterm elections which began to turn the tide of rightwing socialism, Comrade Bush squashed 200 years of Habeas Corpus rights (the underpinning rights needed before any other rights have substance), domestically and internationally. If this had happened in ANY other democratic nation, there would have been bloodshed in the streets.

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    02-23-2012 10:19 AM
  4. Ammaar Naaeem's Avatar
    the SOPA act is yet to be put for vote, the techies have already started to work on developing tools to bypass the probable restrictions on foreign and copyright-infringing sites.
    The bill, along with its counterpart PIPA (Protect IP Act) proposed in the Senate, aims to target sites based in foreign countries that are involved in illegal sharing or download of digital content, primarily movies.
    04-05-2012 12:36 AM
  5. kalpanaceo's Avatar
    Informatics Outsourcing is an Offshore Intellectual Property Services company. They are providing Intellectual Property services for Bio Technology, Biochemistry, Drug Discovery, Chemistry, etc
    05-23-2012 03:28 AM