Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 21st Nov 2011 21:34 UTC
Legal The Business Software Alliance is starting to backpedal from SOPA. "Valid and important questions have been raised about the bill. It is intended to get at the worst of the worst offenders. As it now stands, however, it could sweep in more than just truly egregious actors. To fix this problem, definitions of who can be the subject of legal actions and what remedies are imposed must be tightened and narrowed. Due process, free speech, and privacy are rights cannot be compromised. And the security of networks and communications is indispensable to a thriving Internet economy. Some observers have raised reasonable questions about whether certain SOPA provisions might have unintended consequences in these areas. BSA has long stood against filtering or monitoring the Internet. All of these concerns should be duly considered and addressed." Is the public outrage working?
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by bowkota on Mon 21st Nov 2011 23:05 UTC
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Interesting how the other articles about BSA contain some very obvious name calling regarding its members, however this one has no mention whatsoever.
Agendas, agendas...

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