On January 18th, for a day, the world stopped. Wikipedia was inaccessible. Google blocked their banner with a black box. Many other web sites went dark. Protests sprung up in front of Congressional offices. Millions of Americans called Congress to ask them to vote against PIPA/SOPA. And hundreds of lawmakers on Capitol Hill are still angry about the reaction.
What was the big deal? As licensing executives, we work every day to reign in piracy and to create an orderly transfer of intellectual property. Why the angry reaction? And how should governments deal with piracy?

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April 24, 2012
Beyond PIPA/SOPA: How can legislators deal with piracy?
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