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LulzSec, Anonymous Reason For PROTECT IP Act, Says RIAA 228

Posted by timothy
from the totally-clutchable-strawman dept.
Dangerous_Minds writes "ZeroPaid is reporting that the RIAA is using the latest activities of hacktivists to bolster its claim that America needs the PROTECT IP Act, the act that would place a layer of censorship on the internet in the U.S."
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LulzSec, Anonymous Reason For PROTECT IP Act, Says RIAA

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