90 Law Professors Oppose U.S. Anti-Piracy Bill

This week a group of 90 professors wrote a letter opposing the upcoming PROTECT IP Act.

When the PROTECT IP Act becomes law U.S. authorities and copyright holders will have the power to seize domains, block websites and censor search engines to prevent copyright infringements.

Among other things, the professors argue that the proposed legislation goes against the constitution.

Mark Lemley from Stanford Law School, one of the profs who helped draft the letter, discusses the topic below.


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