How Internet Blacklist Bill Works Infograph : SOPA


Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) is a United States bill introduced by U.S. Representative Lamar S. Smith (R-TX). They have raised concerns that SOPA would bypass the “safe harbor” protections from liability presently afforded to Internet sites by the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.

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  • slipknot0129 July 31, 2013 at 6:09 pm

    BQ- Who would you rather have on your favorite NBA team poll:

    Dwight Howard or Derrick Rose?
    Deron Williams or Chris Paul?
    Jason Kidd or Steve Nash?
    Dirk Nowitzki or Tim Duncan?
    Monta Ellis or Tony Parker?
    Jerryd Bayless or Andre Miller?
    Josh Smith or Lamar Odom?
    Andrew Bynum or Tyson Chandler?
    Chris Bosh or Pau Gasol?
    Kobe Bryant or Kevin Durant?

  • Smashing Pumpkins August 11, 2013 at 4:45 pm

    To me alls they have done this off season is crap. i know they are got andrew bynum back but that still doesnt solve the defense issue. I think they need to get rid of lamar odom hes really good but inconsistent and no defense. they need to go after either shawn marion or josh smith if they wanna be better

  • Eric September 14, 2013 at 4:18 am

    WASHINGTON — Immigration reform will be shelved for streamlined enforcement of current laws in the legislative priorities under a new Republican-controlled House, Rep. Lamar Smith said Tuesday.
    “The enforcement of our immigration laws is critical to both our national security and economic prosperity. We need to know who is entering our country, and why,” the San Antonio Republican said.

    Smith is expected to become chairman of the House Judiciary Committee in the next Congress. He laid out his potential priorities for the panel Tuesday.

    He said the committee under his leadership would “enact policies that will better secure our border and discourage illegal immigration, human smuggling and drug trafficking.”

    House Republicans are expected to select leaders and committee chiefs by mid-December.

    Smith and other GOP leaders support Arizona in its crackdown on illegal immigration, and they oppose birthright citizenship and earned-citizenship proposals.

    In addition to immigration enforcement, Smith said his committee would revisit plans to close the Guantanamo Bay terrorist detention center, take up patent reform legislation, crack down on frivolous lawsuits and combat child pornography and exploitation.

    Smith, a frequent critic of the Obama administration’s enforcement of immigration laws, this year called for congressional hearings to hold administration officials accountable.He also wants worksite enforcement to ensure “jobs go to unemployed citizens and legal immigrants.”

    Immigration reform measures have originated in the Senate, but GOP control of the House Judiciary Committee gives Republicans leverage to shape the debate and legislation.

    More @ http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/politics/republicans_to_shelve_immigration_reform_for_enforcement_106643788.html

  • Matthew S September 24, 2013 at 1:46 am

    I’ve yet to have been given sound proof its illegal besides moral evidence. I’ve recently erased all such programs and am curious, what legal document actually states that? I read over the Millenium Copyright Act and only could get from it that it was illegal to make or distribute anything meant to bypass a copyright restriction…


  • whitesoxfan2347 October 28, 2013 at 2:20 am

    At first Houston was an interest, now that they offered to bring josh smith, it seems like a sure thing. Dwight Howard wants another star in Houston and they are trying to get josh smith to come along, a long time friend with dwight since AAU days. Do you think the idea of josh smith sparked more interest to join for dwight?

  • Mr SoLo DoLo November 8, 2013 at 1:36 am

    Talk show idiots are claiming it came from the President’s desk. That is false if you look it up. Every site will tell you it was introduced by Smith along with all the pertinent data (number of bill, day it was introduced, who voted for, ect.)

  • Victoria T November 8, 2013 at 3:25 pm

    Immigration bill allows?

    Why the hell would we allow them to come in too?

    Sadcat: If someone sneaks into the US illegally THEY separated themselves from their family. That’s THEIR problem not ours.

  • sick_mick_101 November 27, 2013 at 8:13 pm

    SOPA will create harsher penalities including jail time for anyone its violating copyright infringement provisions. This will eventually mean the end of Facebook, Reddit, Yahoo! Answers, Yahoo, Google and several other search engine and social media sites.

    Students NEED google to do their academic research. Regular people NEED social media sites to stay informed and be exposed to a diversity of opinions.