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Huffington Post
Criticism of SOPA usually fall under four major categories. When compared to the facts, these charges just do not hold up.
The New Republic
DoD can serve as a launching pad for many clean energy innovations according to ITIF.
Billboard
Numerous independent analyses, including ITIF's report, have concluded claims PIPA/SOPA will "break the internet" have no merit.
ABC News
Major deployment of broadband could create 300,000 jobs for the telecom and tech industries, according to ITIF.
Reuters
PIPA/SOPA makes no attempt to regulate speech on the internet. An individual’s right to free speech is not a license to infringe on the IP rights of others.

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FedScoop
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E Pluribus Unum
“With this legislation, big data is finally coming of age in the federal government,” says Daniel Castro.
Computer World
Doug Brake argues broadband adoption needs to be as important a component of policy as access.
Ozy
Foreign cloud providers are leveraging the current queasiness over U.S. government spying to grab business, says Daniel Castro.