SOPA was the reason for last week’s Day of Censorship protest that had a life of its own on Twitter and many other social media sites.
Mozilla quickly joined the ranks of anti-SOPA activists and also warns the rest of the free world about PIPA, not her, but the Protect-IP Act (PIPA), another bill analysts accuse of trying to put a chokehold on American internet commerce.
So if you represent a movie or music company, sure, this bill is good for you in the short term. But even with that tremendous control over bad publicity, the law will likely cause so much Internet gridlock that brands large and small will see their businesses suffer.
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