The effects of the decline in revenue are also visible in the massive cuts in personnel.
RIAA showing massive revenue decline - TorrentFreak
California Rep. Darrell Issa is crowdsourcing a proposed list of protections for Internet users
A new piece of legislation called CISPA would give the federal government greater regulatory control over the Web.
Rosen vocally supported SOPA - TheDC
Democratic strategist claimed complaints against SOPA and PIPA were attempts to justify stealing
Why the uproar over SOPA reminds me of a scene in the 2000 movie ‘Gladiator.’
GARY SHAPIRO: Congress must keep the Internet OPEN - TheDC Opinion
The OPEN Act would allow the feds to combat Internet piracy in a way that doesn’t make the Internet less open.
Celebrities against SOPA - TheDC
A group of celebs penned an open letter to Congress on dangers of passing the controversial legislation
Why I’m growing increasingly skeptical of the very idea of “intellectual property.”
Rubio, Cornyn and Blunt bail on PIPA - Reuters
As more websites declare war against SOPA and PIPA, politicians rescind support for the bills
Protecting copyrights and trademarks is indeed important, but the bills go too far.
“Bring in the nerds!”
‘Student warning! Do your homework early’
You may need to dust off the old encyclopedia as Wikipedia blacks out Wednesday
NEIL STEVENS: SOPA is the wrong solution to any problem we might believe it would solve - TheDC Opinion
To pass it would threaten the liberties and livelihoods of anyone who uses the Internet for business, politics, or pleasure
Responding to Rep. Lamar Smith’s legislation to allow the Justice Department to block foreign websites
Christian Science Monitor: GoDaddy Boycott over SOPA reveals state of Internet politics - Christian Science Monitor
‘The House bill angered many Web users with provisions that could effectively shut down websites with little warning’
Erickson claims it’s nothing personal, he just can’t reconcile her support for anti-online piracy bill
‘Bills under consideration in the U.S. Congress would target non-U.S. websites that distribute pirated digital content and counterfeit goods’
Our current Congress has written tech legislation that would let the government ignore all privacy laws
SOPA would give Justice Department jurisdiction over foreign websites that facilitate copyright infringement