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  1. FBI Shutters, Charges 7 With Piracy

    The FBI on Thursday shut down popular file-sharing website and charged the site's founders and five others with running "an international organized cr...

  2. Rep. Smith on Opposition to SOPA

    Rep. Lamar Smith, (R-Texas), on the support and opposition to the bill and efforts to reduce online piracy.

  3. SOPA Co-Sponsor on Internet Piracy

    Rep. Lamar Smith, (R-Texas), on the purpose of the Stop Online Piracy Act .

  4. Occupy the Internet : Websites Protest Anti-Piracy Bills

    The Internet is conducting a protest of sorts today in opposition to two pieces of anti-piracy legislation making their way through Congress.Wikipedia , one of the m...

  5. Protests Against Web Piracy Bills Planned in New York, San Francisco

    Protests over controversial anti-piracy legislation escalated Wednesday, as opponents planned demonstrations in New York and San Francisco, lawmakers took sides, and...

  6. Several Major Websites Step up SOPA Protest

    Wikipedia , the world's free online encyclopedia, went dark on Wednesday and other Internet players including Google put black censorship bars on portions of their w...

  7. Flickr Joins SOPA Protest, Lets Users Black Out Photos

    This morning, online photo sharing site Flickr joined the growing number of web companies protesting the  SOPA and PIPA legislation , which now include Google , Wiki...

  8. Lawmaker Sounds Off on SOPA

    Rep. Jared Polis, D-Colo., argues SOPA will not take down online piracy.

  9. SOPA Blackout Jan. 18: Wikipedia Goes Offline, But Why Not Twitter?

    As a protest against the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and PROTECT IP Act (PIPA) in the U.S., Wikipedia has taken its English-language site offline for 24 hours.But ...

  10. SOPA Blackout: Google Protests Piracy Bill With Doodle

    You may have already noticed Google's homepage features a large black rectangle "censoring" its colorful logo Wednesday.Google is not shutting down their website lik...

  11. Wikipedia Blacks Out In SOPA Protest

    Wikipedia's English-language website was taken down on Wednesday as the user-generated news and information site protested anti-piracy legislation in the U.S. Wikipe...


    Reason’s Peter Suderman explains why he says SOPA would constrict the flow of information on the internet .

  1. Obama asks FCC to protect net neutrality

    ’The Independents’ co-host Matt Welch and Dan Clifton of Strategas Research Partners discuss the impact of a Trans-Pacific Partnership and President Obama’s remarks on net neutrality.

  2. Internet freedom at risk?

    FBN’s Peter Barnes with the latest on the Internet control debate.

  3. UN Seeks Unprecedented Control Of Global Internet Traffic

    The United Nations' International Telecommunications Union has taken the unprecedented step of adopting a standard for the Internet that would essentially permit eav...

  4. Reddit Helps Connect Users With the President

    Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian on the social media company offering its users an “ask me anything” opportunity with Obama.

  5. Is SOPA Going Too Far?

    FBN’s Judge Andrew Napolitano questions whether the Stop Online Piracy Act infringes on the 5th amendment right to a trial.

  6. Reid Postpones Senate Vote on PIPA Anti-Piracy Bill

    U.S. Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid on Friday postponed a showdown vote in his chamber on the PIPA online anti-piracy bill that pits Hollywood against Silicon V...

  7. Anonymous Retaliates Over Megaupload, Megavideo Shutdown: SOPA , PIPA Links?

    Popular file-sharing sites, Megaupload and Megavideo, were shut down by federal prosecutors on Thursday and hackers from Anonymous retaliated by launching an attack ...

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