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Beat Obama Committee fights the administration's censorship goals

Mr. Obama's Internet censorship efforts are back, and in a more repressive form than ever.
Mr. Obama's Internet censorship efforts are back, and in a more repressive form than ever.
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Henderson, Nevada - Patriots are rightly celebrating the demise of Barack Obama and Hollywood's Stop Internet Piracy Act (SOPA) and the Senate’s Protect IP Act (PIPA) in early 2012. The voice of the people was heard, for once, and Mr. Obama and Congress were forced to backpedal from these repressive Internet censorship bills.

Unfortunately, the bill is back in an even-more-evil-than-before form, and the government is already practicing the provisions of SOPA before it becomes law.

This time around, it goes by the acronym PCIPA. It stands for the Protecting Children from Internet Pornographers Act of 2012.

Anyone voting against Internet censorship will now be labeled a de facto pornographer. Read about it in the Beat Obama Committee's article entitled, SOPA Fails, but Obama and Congress Are Back for More.

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