Will SOPA and PIPA take away your liberty to speak up on the web?
Do you think that SOPA and PIPA Laws if passed, will snatch our liberty to speak about anything we want? I don't think that Govt. is going to take back its step so we will have to change our limits. What you say?
SOPA/PIPA means more manipulation and less education, and that is what the criminals (the big corporations and their allies) want.
by SandCastles3 years ago
From what I've read in the bible, we are to identify wrong behaviours and speak up but we are not to play judge because that makes us prideful and reluctant to take the beam out of our own eye. Many Christians insist...
by Shealy Healy8 years ago
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by GoldenBird6 years ago
SOPA and PIPA are two proposed laws that will enable copyright holders to accuse websites which hosts pirated content. Wikipedia, in protest, will blackout English Wikipedia for 24 hours. Should Internet be free and...
by phoenix_028@yahoo6 years ago
If you are provided with the chance to speak to a loved one that has passed away what would you sayIf you had one chance to talk to special people in your life that has passed away, who would it be and why?what...
by Annsalo21 months ago
Do you think corporations should be able to throw away perfectly usable items?Many corporations make their employees destroy items that are usable and throw them away. With the amount of people in need do you think this...
by Lawrence Stripling6 years ago
I just heard about these bills and read that they will send anyone to jail for a max of 5 years. This is if you access any content which is copyrighted more than 10 times in a 6 month period.
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