by Jon Stewart
| Jan. 19, 2012
Wikipedia goes dark for 24 hours in protest of SOPA, raising the question: do they expect us to go to the library like a common masturbator? ... If SOPA passes, people who stream copyrighted content could go to jail for five years.
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Jon Stewart's must-see explanation of core issues behind Wikipedia's 24-hour blackout to protest SOPA. Here's a case where humor trumps straight news coverage for making these issues relevant to more folks.
John Stewart reminds me of myself, he is very intelligent, and he's sense of humor thus is identical to mine, its hilarious to see Congress to become frantic and trying to control freedom of thought, I feel bad for the older generation as they did not grow up during this Technological boom, so although they're motor skills are at a disadvantage, they still can learn how to use the internet more efficiently little by little they can do anything the youth can. The problem is they are scared of change, you see congress should not be frightened of the younger generation. I'm a loving and peaceful person and I'm an american. I believe in our constitution and would like to help the older folk; You see someone in their 50's or 60's ... More »