That, and people should all go to the websites of the supporters of this bill and start quoting from scripts/novels/whatever and then flag those posts as copyright infringing posts. If it's a news agency, write letters to the editor quoting some movie script without credit. Etc.
Let them enjoy the resulting lawsuits/fines
Isn't this exactly what slander/libel laws are for? There's a video proving the act that the police claimed to have happened did not. The police officers made up the claim, so they knew it wasn't true, and it's pretty hard to believe it was anything other than a desire to punish someone for contempt-of-cop.
I know slander and libel can be hard to prove, but this one seems like it'd be pretty easy.
My class in advertising way back in the day left one particular lasting impression: those commercials that you hate? Advertisers love those because you remember the name when you're at the store.
Well WaPo has taken this to a new level. You have to pay to view their website now (I think you get one or two freebies, then it's paywall). This article is clearly going to incense a lot of people. And those angry people? They're going to want to go all YouTube-Comments on WaPo's ass. But first, they have to pay for the privilege.
Ugh. I hate that the "US" is being lumped together as turning its back on NN. We all know it isn't the population of the US doing it, but corrupt saboteurs doing it. At the very least, it should say "US Government"
Pai has got to have such an easy job. He is handed his marching orders: obey the cable companies, ignore everyone else. And yet he keeps messing up. How incompetent a saboteur do you have to be to mess up something that easy? He's like a cartoon bad guy - Gargamel without the cat to save him from himself.
We need the "How it Should Have Ended" guys to start doing PR campaign parodies.