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PIPA and SOPA votes pushed back in the face of overwhelming opposition


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In the face of overwhelming opposition from just about every major technology company and the general public, the US Senate and House have decided to delay votes on the anti-piracy bills known as PIPA (Senate) and SOPA (House). Majority leader Harry Reid and Judiciary Committee Chairman Lamar Smith both announced that upcoming work on the acts would be delayed, «until there is wider agreement on a solution.» While both have said that concerns over piracy must be addressed, it seems unlikely that they or any other politician will be rushing to revive the would-be laws after very public protests from Google and Wikipedia and the reported deluge of phone calls and emails that hammered offices at the capital Wednesday. The fight over intellectual property rights and fair use is far from over but, as the sibling bills face yet another delay, it’s beginning to appear as if SOPA and PIPA’s days are numbered

PIPA and SOPA votes pushed back in the face of overwhelming opposition originally appeared on Engadget on Fri, 20 Jan 2012 11:26:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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