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House Panel Moving Forward With SOPA 206

Posted by Unknown Lamer
from the freedom-is-overrated-anyway dept.
itwbennett writes "The House Judiciary Committee has scheduled a debate and vote on the Stop Online Piracy Act for later this week. Representative Lamar Smith, the committee chairman and main sponsor of the bill, will offer an amendment that is meant to address some concerns with the bill. Smith's proposed amendment would clarify that the bill applies only to foreign websites, not U.S. sites, accused of aiding copyright infringement."
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House Panel Moving Forward With SOPA

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