November 17 - The Wrap
By Peter Voskamp
The tide seems to have turned against the Stop Online Piracy Act, as both Nancy Pelosi and Darrell Issa have come out against passage.
"Need to find a better solution than #SOPA #DontBreakTheInternet," the liberal Democratic House leader tweeted on Thursday, in response to a tweeter who asked: "Where do you stand on internet censoring and #SOPA?"
And, from the right, California Rep. Darrell Issa has told The Hill newspaper that the House of Representative’s anti-piracy act has no chance of passage.
Congress, the leading Republican lawmaker said, is “realizing there are so many unintended consequences that they can’t just use Google as a piñata and bash on it here.”
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