Will Internet censorship bill be pushed through lame-duck Congress?

The Combating Online Infringement and Counterfeits Act (COICA) was introduced in Congress this fall by Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-VT). It would grant the federal government the power to block access to any Web domain that is found to host copyrighted material without permission.

Critics say the bill is both a giveaway to the movie and recording industries and a step towards widespread and unaccountable censorship of the Internet.

Gee, and here I thought it was just the Republicans who were in the pocket of big business.

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  1. US Corporations Plan To Censor The Internet Click Here to Stop It

    This is serious stuff. This is how Nazism starts. They censor speech and grab guns. Join Alan Grayson in stopping this Nazi move.

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