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Friday, January 20th, 2012, 3:21 pm

SOPA Opera

Soap

SOPA is a culmination of years of corruption orchestrated by the copyright cartel. The victim is the public, whose elected officials became more concerned about campaign funding from Hollywood than about justice.

Copyright as we know it is outdated. Copyright in general is not a bad idea, but its implementation is incompatible with today’s world (SOPA tries to ‘fix’ it in the opposite direction). If Hollywood feels so entitled that is it eager to break the law, corrupt politicians and attack the public, then perhaps the best action we can take is avoid Hollywood’s work and seek alternatives (of which there are plenty, just not in the mainstream).

SOPA may have been defeated (for now) but the conspirators behind it were not punished and in fact they behave as though they are the victim in all this. This is some really sick soap opera.

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