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It’s not a skull and crossbones that strikes fear in the heart of the Internet community, it’s the meddling of lawmakers who would destroy it to save a handful of industries threatened by pirates.

When I first heard talk of SOPA, of course I thought of Mexican food. But the more I've learned about the Stop Online Piracy Act working its way through Congress, the more of a bad taste it leaves. The law would open a porthole to censorship, online disruption and more expensive Internet connections. Read more» 1

A group of porn production companies and adult industry lawyers met in Tucson last week, convened by locally-based studio Pink Visual, to work on stopping online pirates they claim are threatening the industry. Read more»