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Web Piracy Bill Faces Fiercer Fight

analysis - 17 January 2012

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Media Companies Lose Ground as White House Sides With Internet Firms; Wikipedia Plans Protest
Supporters of controversial antipiracy legislation face a struggle to regain momentum after the White House sided with irate Internet companies and users over the weekend and complained that the proposal could hurt innocent companies and undermine cybersecurity.
On Saturday, the White House outlined its opposition to two similar bills pending in the House and Senate that would crack down on the (...)



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