Back in March, I posted a detailed post about PICP/SOPA and Lamar following a massive outcry of netizens across the world. At first, it would have appeared that boycott lead by Google, Reddit, and Wikipedia was successful. However, the ruling party simply does not seem to want to give up. Don't worry though, we're not alone. Some other countries have similar laws on the table; among them are the obvious choices (Korea, Iran, etc). However, what may surprise you also The United Kingdom.
" The British government is about to unveil proposals to block the Internet for copyright enforcement purposes. The confirmation came in a Parliamentary debate yesterday on Intellectual Property, in which pro-copyright MPs had a little ‘chit-chat’ about the allegedly ‘anti-copyright’ government, and indicated their desire for the activation of the Digital Economy Act"