WARSAW, Poland - Protesters took to the freezing cold streets of Berlin, Helsinki and many other European cities Saturday to voice anger at an international copyright treaty they fear will lead to cen...
The Business Coalition for Balanced Copyright has already expressed concern with the Bill C-11 digital lock rules. Turning Bill C-11 into a Canadian SOPA would only make matters worse, creating a legal framework that would harm Canadian business and consumers.
More than 7,000 websites — including Wikipedia and Google — went dark Jan. 18 to protest anti-piracy legislation currently making its way through the U.S. Congress. Sites in opposition either "went da...
Some of the best-known sites on the internet, including Wikipedia, are going offline today in a "Dark Wednesday" protest against legislation before the U.S. Congress intended to curb copyright infring...
Some of the Internet's leading websites, including Wikipedia and Mozilla, will go dark today to protest the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA). The U.S. bills have generated massive public protest over proposed provisions that could cause enormous harm to the Internet and freedom of speech.
Stop Online Piracy Act's potential impact on the Internet is enormous as it cuts across the lifeblood of the Internet in the effort to target websites that are characterized as being "dedicated to the theft of U.S. property." Experts believe this standard could capture hundreds of legitimate websites and services.