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Submission + - SOPA sneaking back, contact Judiciary Committee (geek.com)

bricko writes: SOPA may be returning in a much sneakier, worse fashion.

Basically, entities that entered into these voluntary agreements will begin to enforce SOPA-like reprimands without waiting for a law that grants them the power to do so.

SOPA as we knew it isn’t officially returning, but copyright lobbyists are still fighting to implement nearly identical principles and reprimands. For now, your Net Art website is safe, but if copyright lobbyists can pull the right strings, they aren’t going to need a law to delete your wacky website from the face of the internet forever.

Contact the judiciary committee members here....lets call them out like last time.

http://judiciary.house.gov/ind...

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