Some of the world’s biggest web sites are down today to protest a proposed U.S. law called SOPA – the Stop Online Piracy Act. The law is much broader than its name indicates, and would result in tremendous censorship and limitation of what is online. Blogs like Chief Family Officer (and much bigger ones like Wikipedia and Boing Boing) might well end up out of business because of SOPA. I’m not closing down CFO today (it’s Ralphs match ups day, after all), but please take a moment to let your legislators know of your opposition to this proposed law. You can learn more here.
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January 18, 2012 by