Friday, January 6, 2012

Stop Online Piracy Act = Stop Independent Art Act

Another day in Washington, another piece of industry-written legislation proposed by the hundreds of corporate lapdogs we call our representatives. The Stop Online Piracy Act is a great opportunity for big media companies to crack down on 14-year-old girls singing karaoke online, as well as a slap in the face to independent artists who don't have big money support.

Tim Karr, from the Free Press and the Huffington Post, explains how SOPA threatens free speech and the future of art.

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