This post has been found in violation of H.R. 3261 SOPA, and has been removed:
███ ████████ ██████ ██████████ ██ ████ off!! ██ ████ ██████████ ██. ███ ███!
WOW. okay now hat sounds pretty serious, can you give me short the version congressional bills are always so long winded.
Very true, more gassy than a methane plant. Well this bill would establish a system for taking down websites that the Department of Justice determines to be dedicated to copyright infringement. This DoJ or the copyright owner would be able to commence legal action against anything they deem to have “only limited purpose or use other than infringement. “ and the DoJ would then have the legal authourity to demand that search engines, social networking sites and domain services block access to the targeted site. It would make unauthorized web streaming and proliferation of any copyrighted content a felony with possible penalty up to five years in prison. The bills combines tow separate senate bills into — S.968 and S.978 — one big House bill.
Okay now the long version, I’m a masochist?
The full text of HR 3261 SOPA can be found after the jump *click*.