Leader's action kills US anti-piracy bill for now
Legislation targeting rogue websites appeared dead on Friday after Senate majority leader Harry Reid of Nevada cancelled a floor debate on the Protect IP Act (PIPA) scheduled for Tuesday
Reid urged the bill’s sponsor, Senate Judiciary Committee chairman Patrick Leahy of Vermont, to "continue engaging with all stakeholders for consensus". He acknowledged the impact of Wednesday’s blackout of major nternet sites, saying "in light of recent events, I have...
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