Listen up, Washington: Anti-SOPA activists launch Declaration of Internet Freedom campaign

The Declaration of Internet Freedom movement wants to stop dangerous bills and business practices before they even begin.

Internet Defense League plans ‘Bat-Signal’ for the Web to combat dangerous bills

In an attempt to recreate the Internet "blackout" that shut down SOPA and PIPA, a group of online activists have created the Internet Defense League, which promises to craft a "Bat-Signal for the Internet" that will warn Web users against…

Piracy crackdown: Google asked to remove 1.2 million pages last month alone

Google has seen a huge spike in takedown requests related to copyright infringement, with more than 1.2 million such requests sent last month alone.

Internet, meet the new ploy to pass the next SOPA

A new study by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's Global Intellectual Property Center puts jobs at the center of the debate around intellectual property protection.

CISPA and SOPA like ‘apples and oranges,’ say chief co-sponsors

CISPA co-sponsors Rep. Mike Rogers (D-MI) and Rep. C.A. "Dutch" Ruppersberger (D-MD) say allegations that CISPA is like SOPA are entirely unfounded.

Let’s start something: Google takes proactive approach to Internet activism

Google's Internet "evangelist" Vint Cerf wants to get Web users talking about what the Internet really is.

CISPA is not the new SOPA: Here’s why

The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) is being compared to SOPA for the outrage it's generating online. But a few key differences between the fight against SOPA and the fight against CISPA should give any opponent pause.

SOPA returns in secret back-room dealings, says MPAA’s Chris Dodd

Motion Picture Association of America Chairman Chris Dodd has admitted that efforts to revive SOPA, or a similar bill, are currently in the works.

SOPA and PIPA return… as toilet paper

A Kickstarter project hopes to revive SOPA and PIPA in a form they deserve: toilet paper.

Anonymous, Occupy launch ‘Our Polls’ campaign against SOPA, PIPA, NDAA supporters in Congress

Anonymous and the Occupy Movement have joined forces to defeat congressional supporters of SOPA, PIPA, and NDAA this November.
Movies & TV

Why every SOPA opponent should buy Jim Gaffigan’s new comedy album

Like Louis C.K., comedian Jim Gaffigan will offer his new comedy album, "Jim Gaffigan: Mr. Universe," direct to fans via his website. Here's how supporting this album, and other artists who choose the risky path of direct distribution, can…

Mozilla, WordPress, 73 others urge Congress to kill SOPA and PIPA for good

A group of 75 companies, organizations, and individuals have written a letter to Congress, imploring lawmakers to abandon SOPA and PIPA entirely, and to abandon the one-side debate surrounding intellectual property law altogether.