Many article have been written criticizing the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) as granting the government too much power over the content of the internet. This article takes a different tack, and explains why a safe harbor provision permitting private parties to unilaterally take action against potential offenders (provided they make a simple change in their terms of service) would lead to drastic changes for the worse in internet content and usability.
- Summary by FizzLaw Team
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Taking the Internet Down, Privately