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SOPA Support Goes Sour

January 19, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

The Stop Internet Piracy Act is losing friends fast as website protests Wednesday directed the public’s attention toward the proposed legislation. Sites like Google ran home-page links to information on SOPA, and sites like Wikipedia blacked out for the day in protest. Some members of congress have said the bill is as good as dead.

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