Why The Public Is Willing To Rally Against SOPA/PIPA, But Not For Itby Mike Masnick
Nov. 24, 2011
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The really big story that came out of last week's House Judiciary Committee meetings on SOPA wasn't so much what was said at the hearings themselves, but the rather massive grassroots support that came out to protest the bill. We had mentioned some of that, but the final numbers and level of support really was staggering.