S.O.P.A. Once again the real criminals are the UNITED STATES, Inc.

Written by Bonnie & John

January 17, 2012

Protect the original Constitution of the United States of America (if you dont know why I wrote “original” you have studying to do). See these links for further info…LINK and LINK

Thanks Jeepersmedia

I wrote this criminal in D.C. who’s doing a fine job not representing me or anyone else that I know…Here’s what so-called

Dear John:

Thank you for contacting me to express your opposition to H.R. 3261, the Stop Online Piracy Act.  I appreciate hearing from you.


Introduced by Rep. Lamar Smith, H.R. 3261 would seek to modernize criminal and civil statutes to increase the enforcement of copyright infringement on the Internet. Specifically,


H.R. 3261 would authorize the Attorney General to seek injunctions against a foreign Internet site committing or facilitating online piracy or the copyright infringement of music, films, software, and other intellectual property created by U.S. firms. Additionally, the measure would narrow the definition of an Internet site dedicated to infringing activities, and would authorize the Attorney General to require search engines and payment collectors to restrict access and eliminate financial viability to such sites.

H.R. 3261 was referred to the House Committee on the Judiciary, where it is currently pending consideration.  The measure has 31 cosponsors and a companion measure has been introduced in the Senate by Sen. Leahy.  On May 26, 2011, the Senate Committee on the Judiciary approved the Senate version of this measure, S. 968. Subsequently, S. 968 was referred to the full Senate, where it is currently pending consideration.


Thank you again for contacting me.  Be assured that I will continue to monitor H.R. 3261 with your views in mind.  Do not hesitate to let me know if you have any other questions or concerns.



Peter J. Visclosky
Member of Congress

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