Obama Signs Global Internet Treaty Worse Than SOPA

CAJ note: We are careful to vet our information and rarely use material from Prison Planet because often times it cannot be independently verified. But this article fits the President’s pattern of imperial governing, so we offer it with the suggestion that you contact your Senators and ask them to confirm or deny this. If […]

Anonymous Hits FBI, DOJ, Others After Feds Bust File Sharing Website

Liberty Chick Big Government 1/19/2012

The collective of hackers known as Anonymous attacked numerous government and recording industry websites this evening, shutting the sites down for hours as of this posting.

The attacks stem from a two year investigation into content sharing website Megaupload.com. The Department of Justice unsealed an indictment today (after waiting an […]

Shut down

18 January 2012

If Congress has their way you will soon see online images and warnings similar to the one below:


Common American Journal is joining other U.S. bloggers and websites in a “black out” for 24 hours to raise awareness about Congress’s attempts to “protect” intellectual property with legislation known as SOPA […]

SOPA becoming election liability for backers

Jennifer Martinez Politico 1/10/2012

To the ranks of same-sex marriage, tax cuts and illegal immigration, add this to the list of polarizing political issues of Election 2012: the Stop Online Piracy Act.

The hot-button anti-piracy legislation that sparked a revolt online is starting to become a political liability for some of SOPA’s major backers. Fueled […]

OR Sen. Wyden Vows to Kill the Internet Censorship Bill

Donny Shaw OpenCongress 11/22/2010

The Combating Online Infringement and Counterfeits Act has all the qualities of a bill on the fast track for becoming law. Its chief sponsor is the chairman of the committee it was referred to, it has a long list of bipartisan cosponsors, including a mix of conservative and liberal senators, and […]

COICA: Giving the government the power to shut down dissent

Ed Morrissey HotAir.com 11/19/2010

Thanks to a bill that has received bipartisan support in the Senate, the Department of Justice may soon have the power to suspend domain names if the Attorney General deems a site as having copyright infringement “central to the activity” conducted by the site owners. Hollywood and the recording industry has […]