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The Internet Blackout of 2012 - Protest Against SOPA and PIPA
 

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In this presentation, Shanna Kurpe explains the Internet Blackout of 2012 and discussed the impact of house bill SOPA and senate bill PIPA with web design and web development students.

In this presentation, Shanna Kurpe explains the Internet Blackout of 2012 and discussed the impact of house bill SOPA and senate bill PIPA with web design and web development students.

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    The Internet Blackout of 2012 - Protest Against SOPA and PIPA The Internet Blackout of 2012 - Protest Against SOPA and PIPA Presentation Transcript

    • The Internet Blackout of 2012 Presented by Shanna Kurpe
    • AgendaOverview of the SOPA & PIPAProponents for LegislationOpponents of LegislationQuestions to Ponder
    • Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) & Protect IP Act (PIPA)
    • Key Players US House of Representatives, Judiciary Committee House Representative Lamar Smith (R-TX) US Senate, Judiciary Committee Senator Patrick Leahy (D-VT)
    • Details of SOPA & PIPAAllows US Department of Justice and copyrightholders to seek out court orders against websitesaccused of copyright infringement.Bars Online Ad Networks and Payment Networksfrom doing business with the accusedBars Search Engines from linking to the accusedRequires ISPs to block websites of the accusedMakes unauthorized streaming of copyrightedmaterial a crimeMaximum penalty of five years in prison for 10infringements in 6 monthsImmunity to ISPs who voluntarily take actionagainst websites that are known for infringementsCopyright holders liable for damages if theyknowingly misrepresent a website
    • Proponents ofSOPA/PIPA55 Supporters in Congress 124 Companies and Organizations • Sony Music Entertainment Blumenthal • Viacom Lieberman • ABC McCain • NBCUniversalPast Presidents • Ford Motor Company W. Bush • Nike • Revlon Clinton • L’Oreal
    • Main Arguments Protects intellectual property rights of content creators• Protects American economy and creates American jobs• Protection against counterfeit drugs
    • Opponents ofSOPA/PIPA205 Opponents in Congress 168 Companies and Organizations • Google Bachmann • Facebook Pelosi • Twitter Paul • MicrosoftCurrent President • Reddit Obama • Yahoo! • eBay • Pay Pal
    • Main ArgumentsUnconstitutional, and Infringes on Freedom of SpeechInhibits the open development of the InternetSupersedes the Digital Millennial Copyright Act of 2010
    • Current StatusBoth SOPA & PIPA have been put on holdWe will see them again....soon!
    • Questions to PonderWhat is more important - the open development of the webor the protection of content?Can you think of a middle ground between website ownersand content creators?How will new copyright infringement laws, like SOPA andPIPA, impact your personal life and/or future career?
    • Sources & Photo CreditsEldekki, Rania. SOPAPIPAcensoredlaptop.png. Hudson Horizons. Wikipedia, Wordpress & 1,500+ Sites to BlackoutTomorrow in protest: SOPA/PIPA. 17 January 2012. Web. Accessed 8 March 2012.H.R.3261 - Stop Online Piracy Act. 112th Congress (2011-2012). The Library of Congress, Thomas. Web. Accessed 8 March2012.Nguyen, Dan. Sopa Opera. Where Do Your Members of Congress Stand on SOPA and PIPA. 1 March 2012. Web. Accessed 8March 2012.S.968.IS - Protect IP Act of 2011. 112th Congress (2011-2012). The Library of Congress, Thomas. Web. Accessed 8 March 2012.United-States-Senate.jpg. Computer Service Now. Web. Accessed 8 March 2012.WcP. Observer. Internet-blackout-web-on-strike.jpg. WcP Blog. Web goes on strike, Jan. 18 2012 - Internet blackout to stopSOPA and PIPA: “Guilty until proven innocent”?. 18 January 2012. Web. Accessed 8 March 2012.Phillips, Malcom. Obama Administration Responds to We the People Petitions on SOPA and Online Piracy. The WhiteHouse Blog. 14 January 2012. Web. Accessed 8 March 2012.Wikipedia-blackout-190111.jpg. IBNLive Tech. All that happened on Internet Blackout Day. 18 January 2012. Web. Accessed8 March 2012.Wikipedia. List of organizations with official stances on the SOPA and PIPA. Web. Accessed 8 March 2012.