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+ - White House responds to SOPA, PIPA, and OPEN: "ask->

Submitted by eefsee
eefsee (325736) writes "The White House today responded to two petitions with a statement on Combating Online Piracy while Protecting an Open and Innovative Internet. They note that 'We must avoid creating new cybersecurity risks or disrupting the underlying architecture of the Internet.' In particular, they site manipulation of DNS as problematic. But overall the statement is clearly supportive of anti-piracy efforts and lays down this challenge: 'So, rather than just look at how legislation can be stopped, ask yourself: Where do we go from here? Don't limit your opinion to what'(TM)s the wrong thing to do, ask yourself what’s right.' So, what's right?"
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White House responds to SOPA, PIPA, and OPEN: "ask

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