The MPAA Is Again Trying To Exclude The Public From The Discussion On Copyright

After the protests and public outcry over SOPA, PIPA, and ACTA you would expect the MPAA to understand, it wasn’t just a few companies that were complaining, it was the biggest stake holder, the public. Now they are trying to exclude the people most affected by laws concerning open and free communications and make deals with a few corporations.

http://blog.mpaa.org/BlogOS/post/2012/02/16/Moving-Forward-on-Piracy-.aspx

 

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3 Responses to The MPAA Is Again Trying To Exclude The Public From The Discussion On Copyright

  1. Mica Madrano says:

    Every couple of seconds it changes – up an eighth, down an eighth -it’s like playing a slot machine. I lose $20 million, I gain $20 million.
    Blessed is he who’s found his work; let him ask no other blessedness.

  2. Alex says:

    SOPA and PIPA are more a political show then some power that will really restrict the advantages of sharing the content through the web. Can you imagine the power that could control the web? Who will do it, just think about it!

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