Now, there are very few things that I care to stick my neck out for, but the internet anarchy I grew up with is one of those few things.
There is a hearing on SOPA tomorrow (11/16) and there is a internet day of protest against the bill.
The fact that it's even being considered is the fact that people with money are in the Entertainment business and want to keep everything they can under copyright for as long as possible so they can make money.
These bills completely ignore the structural underpinnings of the Internet that make it so successful and could well make the United States ultimately irrelevant in the global community.
When allegations can take down websites with no judges or evidence involved, when one poster on one website is sufficient to get the entire website taken down for not being "careful" enough... I really don't need to go on, do I?
This is for Bowman's "How Do I Live" cover (because it is not an original composition), and for that matter basically every website with user-generated content.