Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 17th Nov 2011 23:20 UTC
Legal The saga surrounding SOPA will be dominating the headlines for a while yet, and today is no different. First of all, and most importantly, the European Parliament has adopted a resolution against SOPA, while also calling for net neutrality to become part of EU law. Second, and this is also interesting, we now have a list of software companies which are against freedom of speech on the web. Unsurprisingly, Apple and Microsoft are on this list. Update: House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi has spoken out against SOPA. Update II: Tumbler's anti-SOPA message on their website generated almost 90000 (!) phone calls to representatives. Amazing.
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RE: Good on the EU!
by JAlexoid on Fri 18th Nov 2011 10:25 UTC in reply to "Good on the EU! "
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Thankfully there are still enough countries in the EU that remind their elected representatives who they represent. And there are countries that have 0 tolerance to corruption and Scandics don't really understand what "corruption" is.

The lines are as follows(wildly generalising):
- Protestant countries are least corrupt
- Catholic countries are corrupt
- Eastern orthodox countries are very corrupt
(It's more to do with the cultural heritage that religion brings with it, rather than that religion per se)

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