What SOPA / PIPA Will Mean for You & Me: The Crippling of the Internet {Video}

Via Jennifer Cusano
on Jan 18, 2012
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This video will help you to understand SOPA and PIPA better. And yea, it’s more than a little scary.


About Jennifer Cusano

Jennifer Cusano, social media aficionado, research connoisseur, and writer du jour, is a Yogi on a path of personal exploration and long overdue healing. Managing Editor for YOGANONYMOUS, Producer for Where Is My Guru, Director of Social Media for YOGASCAPES and TumericALIVE, wife and mother of three, Jenn is really a superhero in disguise—or so she likes to think. In her spare time Jenn likes to read about and search for vampires, so if you happen to know or come across one, please do send them her way. Hit her up on Facebook or Twitter to discuss the various methods of tracking down said vampires. Also she is more than a little uncomfortable writing about herself in the third person, it may just be the hardest thing she's had to do, and that's saying something...


2 Responses to “What SOPA / PIPA Will Mean for You & Me: The Crippling of the Internet {Video}”

  1. […] 4.5 million people signed blackout petitions urging their congressmen and women to reconsider their stance on SOPA/PIPA. […]

  2. Luana says:

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