The Lobha argument makes zero sense.
First, not only because SOPA wants to get offline copyrighted material, but also wants to get offline "potentially" content that can contain the material who can violate the author's rights. It's like shooting to a person because they can be a potentially a thief.
Second, because they don't even know what is the copyright. The author's right is a privilege you can have to promote the creation, it's not at item. But that also don't give the right to the companies to abuse of they privileges meanwhile a normal person is blocked to claim its legitimate rights.
If Lobha defends the the copyright, how they can register a software at the international level? And why a file is restricted 70 years after the death of his author? (The person that should be benefit of it).
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