What SOPA means for business and innovation

, posted: 10-Dec-2011 12:35

Unfortunately, it looks like the Stop Online Piracy Act or SOPA will pass and become law.

As Cory Doctorow writes at Boing Boing, SOPA is "a censorship law that gives America the power to censor and shutter any website in the world." SOPA will probably do more than that, and damage the Internet as we know it.

Meanwhile, Muhammad Saleem emailed me with the below infographic that explains what SOPA means for business. Short version: for businesses, SOPA is bad news too.

Click on the image for a larger version with more legible text.

Via: Muhammad Saleem of the Business Insurance Blog

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