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During the past few weeks one of the stories that are being published online sites is some kind of the fight over the Stop On-line Piracy Act. The house bill is intended to empower the justice Department to blacklist websites violating intellectual- property laws. It would also allow some private companies service providers and sue sites for user-generated content that infringes on copyrights. The internet giants and web commentators that lead the opposition does not have to settle for a fair fight.
SOPA is just an old-fashioned Washington battle that involves two entrenched corporate camps: some entertainment companies that has no desire to have output being ripped off and the web companies that does not have any desire to be saddled with some increased compliance costs. The bill’s on-line critics try to spin it as privileging some entertainment industry but also over the good itself. With the debate that plays out largely on the turf Netizens hammer at this point together with “American Censorship Day” as a numerous sites.
The casting of SOPA is as effective enemy of Arab Springs has carried over to the offline world too. On 16 th of November the New York times published an op-ed argues about SOPA that would inflict collateral damage on some democratic discourse.
The problem that SOPA is intended to solve is that under some current laws YouTube and Facebook site does not take any actions to prevent users from dangerous pirate content. We all know You tube is indeed fantastic, seems to be some kind of phenomenon despite Robert Levine provides the stories of the copyright wars. That’s why it is regarded as some kind of business. Overaly the price of this business is rather high and that’s why it is rather valuess.