This article was a nice break from the tedious lecture of the latest Playstation 3's license agreement which I started to read 11 days ago and which Sony asks me to wholly read and accept before moving on playing that game with great reviews which I bougth. If all goes well, I have only 17 more days of reading before I can decide whether I accept the agreement. (By the way, what happens if I don't accept?)
RIAA clown: "Consider, for example, the claim that SOPA and PIPA were 'censorship,' a loaded and inflammatory term designed to evoke images of crackdowns on pro-democracy Web sites by China or Iran."
DMCA is *already* used as a censorship tool, so of course we will expect worst from a bill which go far beyond DMCA. Just a recent example, last week Michael Geist posted, "Transport Canada Issues DMCA Takedown Over On-the-Record Response" http://www.michaelgeist.ca/content/view/6288/196/