We've put it off long enough, and today we'll finally spend time discussing, an incendiary bill written by Texas Congressman Lamar Smith that would effectively put an end to any Web site that would "steal America's innovative and creative products, attract more than 53 billion visits a year, and threaten more than 19 million American jobs."
Unfortunately, this blacklist would include sites like Facebook, Reddit, YouTube, and Wikipedia, so we're joining the Internet strike with support from our listeners--give us a call at 1-866-404-CNET and let us know your thoughts on SOPA!
Also, be sure to catch us live tomorrow at 10 a.m. ET on CNET Live talking about from the Guggenheim Museum here in New York.
Bridget Carey will be live blogging the event, and we'll have a couple guests join us in the studio to offer their perspective on the news.
Leaked from 404 Podcast 974:
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