It’s fall of 2011 when online activists begin growing increasingly alarmed regarding something the U.S. Congress is brewing up: Legislation pertinent to intellectual property and the internet. These bills come in the form of two things – The Protect IP Act, the U.S. Senate version, and the Stop Online Piracy Act, the U.S. House version.
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