“The SOPA learning”

A “Perspective” piece titled “The SOPA learning” in the April 2012 edition of Pragati, the publication of the Takshashila Institution:

Imagine a makeshift stall peddling pirated CDs, DVDs and other mediums of music, movies and software. Now imagine a new law that tries to put the stall out of business by disrupting the transport service that takes people to the store, preventing the banks from processing the money that the stall owner tries to deposits and preventing the stall owner from using the stall for any other revenue generating work. Translate this into the online world and you get a rough idea of the scope of the “Stop Online Piracy Act” (SOPA) bill that was introduced in the US House of Representatives and the equivalent “PROTECT IP Act” (PIPA) bill that was introduced in the US Senate in late 2011.

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