Friday, July 8, 2011

Protect IP Act, Internet Censorship?

A group of law professors have sent a letter to Congress, opposing the Protect IP Act saying that it not only amounts to internet censorship that is barred by the First amendment, but also aligns the US with oppressive regimes. One of these professors, Mark Lemley from Stanford Law School discusses.

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