RIAA CEO Hopes SOPA Protests Were a 'One-Time Thing'InternetEvolution
Mar. 02, 2012
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To some, January 18th -- the day the Internet came together in protest of SOPA and PIPA -- was seen as a day of important democratic action. To others, like the RIAA's CEO Cary Sherman, it was seen as a great failure of the democratic system. An act of "demagoguery" rather than "democracy."