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Read this: The SOPA Debate Ignores How Much Copyright Protection We Already Have (via The Atlantic)

There are many good points in this really excellently researched piece – pretty embarrassing for the 'land of the free' I might add. Quite worrisome, in fact.

Enough, Already: The SOPA Debate Ignores How Much Copyright Protection We Already Have – Margot Kaminski – Technology – The Atlantic

"The most frustrating part of the discussion around SOPA has been watching politicians and commentators fail to acknowledge the vast resources we already devote to protecting copyright in the United States. Over the past two decades, the United States has established one of the harshest systems of copyright enforcement in the world. Our domestic copyright law has become broader (it covers more topics), deeper (it lasts for a longer time), and more severe (the punishments for infringement have been getting worse). These standards were established through an alphabet soup of legislation: the No Electronic Theft (NET) Act of 1997, the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) of 1998, and the Prioritizing Resources and Organization for Intellectual Property (PRO-IP) Act of 2008. And every few years, there’s a call for more…"

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