The "Stop Online Piracy Act" may put a damper on creative web content production and perhaps even free speech.

This article titled “Sopa and Pipa: don't let big business break the internet” was written by John Naughton, for The Observer on Sunday 8th January 2012 00.05 UTC

The key to survival – in business as in the jungle – is to be able to learn from your mistakes. The strange thing is that some industries haven't yet figured that out. Chief among them are the so-called “content” industries – the ones represented by huge multimedia corporations which own movie studios, record labels and publishing houses.

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