[newsimage]http://static.rankone.nl/images_posts/2011/09/Ry8Zo.jpg[/newsimage]More than 130 CEOs, start-up founders and tech business executives, including Friendster alum Jonathan Abrams and MovieFone's Matthew Blumberg, have come together with a common goal: prevent PROTECT IP from being passed into law. In a letter addressed to Congress, the group broached potential security concerns, DNS issues and the proposal's overall vagueness as key criticisms, reminding members to consider that their votes may also impact small businesses and stymie job creation. Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/news/technology-entrepreneurs-to-congress-do-not-pass-protect-ip-51415/](http://www.myce.com/news/technology-entrepreneurs-to-congress-do-not-pass-protect-ip-51415/) Please note that the reactions from the complete site will be synched below.
Like they will listen to a bunch of eggheads. Money talks. Bulls**t walks.
Agreed - we all know who really runs our country… The cheating, lying, bastard companies that reside here - they’re the “money” behind capital hill…
[QUOTE=jbkingjr;2603280]Agreed - we all know who really runs our country… The cheating, lying, bastard companies that reside here - they’re the “money” behind capital hill…[/QUOTE]
Yeah and I’ll bet half if not all lawmakers have stocks in those companies that are given tax loopholes and tax credits.
Just my .02Â¢