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  1. SOPA Explained: Why It’s Bad for the Web & How to #StopSOPA

    Still, Sen. In a rant on the MPAA blog on January 17th, shortly before his crony fellow SOPA supporter Sen. Smith decided there should be a bit of lead time between blackout protests and SOPA’s markup, former Sen.

  2. Senator Kohl Hops on the Google Antitrust Gravy Train

    Sen. UPDATE: Utah Sen. Here's an excerpt from the "Competition in Online Markets/Internet Search Issues" section of Kohl's agenda (the bolded section was highlighted in yellow in an e-mail version of the release they sent out yesterday):

  3. Homeland Security Wants Internet Kill Switch

    Sen. Its resurgence, interestingly, "came the same day Egyptians faced an internet blackout designed to counter massive demonstrations in that country. An aide to the Homeland Security committee described the bill as one that does not mandate the...

  4. Feds To Push More Online Copyright Crackdowns

    The innovative use of the tools currently available to law enforcement to seize these domain names is similar to the remedy that would be specifically authorized under the bipartisan Combating Online Infringement and Counterfeits Act for websites...

  5. Obama Photo Worth 1000 Keywords? Or Less?

    During a Monday interview with ABC's Dallas affiliate, Sen. Obama campaign spokesman Bill Burton distanced the campaign from Farrakhan: "Sen. Unknown staffers may have distributed the Obama African dress photo that went viral on the Internet.

  6. Search Headlines & Links: July 30, 2007

    Do a search on Spock Inc.s soon to be released engine and you get info on California Sen. BBC launches Internet TV serviceOn Friday, the BBC launched its online television service iPlayer, which allows viewers to download programs from the previous...

  7. U.S. Senator Patrick Leahy Asks Attorney General for More Info On Web Search Subpeonas

    In a two-page letter [PDF also available here] sent Tuesday to Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, Sen. I am interested in learning more about the extent to which the Department of Justice is relying upon data mining of the Internet search queries...