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+ - AFL-CIO and big content advocate for internet cens

Weezul writes: Today's House Judiciary Committee meeting on the Stop Online Piracy Act excluded any witnesses who advocate for civil rights. Google's Katherine Oyama was the only witness to object to the bill in a meaningful way. In particular, the AFL-CIO's Paul Almeida advocated for the internet blacklist, saying "the First Amendment does not protect stealing goods off trucks"
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