Copyright reform is possible

Opinion | Derek Khanna

SOPA’s failure proved that a united movement can stop legislation, despite overwhelming odds and the support of powerful politicians and interest groups.

Wikipedia shuts down Russian site protesting Russia's new Internet blacklist - TheDC

Tech | Josh Peterson
Vladimir Putin

Vote comes a week after the UN Human Rights Council approved a resolution to protect the free flow of information online

Resurrected? Lamar Smith plans piecemeal push to zombify SOPA - TheDC

Tech | Matt Pitchford
Lamar Smith

Reddit alert: Texas Republican wants to increase government regulations one step at a time

Reddit helping candidate challenging SOPA sponsor - TheDC

Politics | Steven Nelson

Continuing to advocate against Stop Online Piracy Act

UFC support for SOPA inspires Anonymous attacks, inflicts collateral damage - TheDC

Politics | Josh Peterson

Anonymous Twitter accounts attack UFC president for supporting online-piracy bill

Pirate Party fastest growing political group in Europe - TheDC

Tech | Josh Peterson

Online pirates organize politically to fight what they call ‘copyright monopoly’

Anonymous splinter group now targeting Democrats for SOPA support - TheDC

Tech | Josh Peterson
Chris Dodd

Hacktivist group plotting operation ‘DonkeyPunch,’ intends to attack vulnerable Dems

Santorum: 'the Internet is not a free zone where anybody can do anything they want' - TheDC

Politics | David Martosko

While the four contenders all voiced opposition to the bill, Santorum went further

Early co-sponsor of SOPA recants, declares: 'It's time to scrap the bill' - TheDC

Tech | Josh Peterson

‘It’s clear that online piracy legislation in its current form is not workable,’ says GOP Rep. Marsha Blackburn

Anonymous weaponizes Twitter, retaliates after MegaUpload takedown - TheDC

Tech | Josh Peterson

Hell hath no fury like a hacker scorned: RIAA, MPAA and Justice Dept. websites attacked

SOPA protests caused panic, crashed government websites - TheDC

Tech | Josh Peterson

High traffic caused congressional websites to crash Wednesday

The SOPA blackout [SLIDESHOW] - TheDC

Tech | Josh Peterson

TheDC searched far and wide for protest banners placed on websites

Ron Paul applauds SOPA blackout - TheDC

Tech | Josh Peterson

‘Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum, Rick Perry and Newt Gingrich — at least on Facebook and Twitter — were silent on the issue’

Dodd: SOPA blackout an 'abuse of power' - TheDC

Tech | Josh Peterson

‘Wikipedia, Google, Reddit, Craigslist and many other sites “blacked out,” or self-censored their services Wednesday, in protest to the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and the Protect IP Act (PIPA)’

Rand Paul promises to filibuster 'censor the Internet' legislation - TheDC

Politics | Steven Nelson

‘I will not sit idly by while PIPA and SOPA eliminate the constitutionally protected rights to due process and free speech’

Reid's $3.5 million SOPA incentive - TheDC

Tech | Josh Peterson

Report: Reid received over $3.5 million from orgs supporting ‘Stop Online Piracy Act’

Wikipedia to join Reddit blackout to protest SOPA, PIPA - TheDC

Tech | Josh Peterson

‘Student warning! Do your homework early’

RedState's Erickson vows to stop Blackburn's re-election bid - TheDC

Tech | Alexis Levinson
Rep. Marsha Blackburn

Erickson claims it’s nothing personal, he just can’t reconcile her support for anti-online piracy bill

Anti-piracy bill creates fear about 'aggressive' Justice Dept. that 'makes mistakes' - TheDC

Tech | Josh Peterson

‘They have been already pretty aggressive using the powers that they already have, and they seem extraordinarily averse to admitting mistakes’

The stupidest tech laws Congress is trying to pass - BI

Business | admin

Our current Congress has written tech legislation that would let the government ignore all privacy laws