The Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) has been quickly losing favor in the House for the past week. After being “shelved” from further discussion three days ago, it was recently announced that 13 members of Congress have withdrawn their support for its sister legislation The Protect Intellectual Property Act (PIPA). Republican Senators Marco Rubio (FL) […]
Originally scheduled to take place on January 24th, the Congressional vote on the Protect Intellectual Property Act (or PIPA) has been postponed by Senate majority leader Harry Reid (D-NV, above). While not as official as the House’s “shelving” of its sister legislation, the Stop Online Piracy Act (or SOPA) three days earlier, a new deadline […]
The Stop Online Piracy Act currently making its way through the various chambers of the US government has divided not only the gaming populace at large, but the gaming development community. Epic Games recently announced its refusal to support the bill on the company’s official forums. The studio’s senior PR Manager Dana Crowley posted a […]
Democratic Senator Bob Casey of Pennsylvania recently responded to one of our reader’s inquiries about S.968, the bill that is looming on the minds of every video game loving internet user. Here’s his response.