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Friday, January 20, 2012

SOPA, a tickling story?

We are not talking about SOPA as a protection against indecency. This is serious problem. No tickling nonsense. What is SOPA? The Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) is a law (bill) of the United States proposed in 2011 to fight online trafficking in copyrighted intellectual property and counterfeit goods.

Here we are stressing on proposals which include barring advertising networks, not the ones referring to marital. But if you want to get married soon, better propose your spouse in a good manner, because who knows soon you'll get a maximum penalty of five years in prison initiated by SOPA.

That is because you don't know the meaning of barring search engines from linking to the sites. You become a newborn criminal and with you there are million people will follow.

User-content websites such as YouTube would be greatly affected, and concern has been expressed that they may be shut down if the bill becomes law. This means you can no longer become a couch potato, an artist a writer, and a copier.

Read more: Opponents state the legislation would enable law enforcement to remove an entire internet domain due to something posted on a single blog, arguing that an entire online community could be punished for the actions of a tiny minority. In a 1998 law, copyright owners are required to request the site to remove the infringing material within a certain amount of time. SOPA would bypass this "safe harbor" provision by placing the responsibility for detecting and policing infringement onto the site itself. (Wikipedia)

Good news, right? Maybe you have the same opinion as mine. How to tickle SOPA with tickling stories available on the internet, including the ones from this blog so that they may remember that the world is inhibited by human beings not robots or aliens.

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