Monday, January 16, 2012

MSNBC Looks at the SOPA Debate

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Up With Chris Hayes is apparently a show on MSNBC, which airs on Saturday morning before they dive full on into their weekly marathon of shows about prison life, but the program this weekend did an excellent job of explaining the debate over SOPA (Stop Online Piracy Act), providing an opportunity for an executive from NBC Universal to explain why they're for the bill and for a founder of the link-sharing site Reddit to explain why many people online think it could cripple the internet as we know it.

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