Remain Diligent: SOPA and PIPA Must Be Squashed, Not ChangedFast Company
Jan. 15, 2012
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As members of both the Senate and the House start falling back to a more defensible position by considering the removal of the DNS provision from SOPA and PIPA, many voices of opposition to the bills are claiming victory. This is a big mistake.