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What The "Stop Online Piracy Act" Could Mean For Conservatives

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  1. Rumiko says:

    I ranted to my friends about this the moment I learned about it. I’m not gonna go on and on about why it’s unconstitutional when the reasons are so obvious. I may not be very old but I understand more than the people trying to have this passed do. I’m sick of ranting. I just don’t want to see this happen. As a U.S. citizen (home of the free, right?) and internet user.

  2. Max says:

    Add to this the Defense bill that just turned U.S. soil into a battlefield. All it takes is suspicion to round up and indefinitely detain U.S. citizens, under the assumption of supporting terrorist. It is the same law britain used to issue arrest orders for the signers of the declaration of Independence. Point being, it’s a small step for the government to declare you hostile… regardless of your actions.

  3. Matthew Barich says:

    These bills, as well as the DMCA, are unconstitutional for a simple reason:

    Under the United States Constitution, copyright law must be for the sole purpose of promoting the progress of art and/or science.

    That is not the purpose of these laws.

    Here’s an article that everyone should read:

    http://www.gnu.org/philosophy/misinterpreting-copyright.html