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stop the sopa bill by Navy-x stop the sopa bill by Navy-x
we have to say no to the sopa bill and make a stop to it for all of us for everyone and every brony out there to
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VampireKetsuki Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2012  Student Photographer
Fanarts will still be allowed, as they fall under parody work. No need to flip tables over this.

Besides, for photographers like me, this bill is awesome to protect my rights so my photos don't get stolen/used, I'm learning about it in my Business class.
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SpectreFaux Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
think about other people though. Say people who make videos with games. It's legal, you give credit to the company, but because of this bill it will ban it. It's unfair.
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VampireKetsuki Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2012  Student Photographer
Again, it falls under parody or derivative work, so it would be allowed.

And guess what, no one ever said life would be fair.
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SpectreFaux Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
no they don't fall under parody work. And why are you being such an ass? Of course life isn't fair but this is just plain stupid.
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VampireKetsuki Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2012  Student Photographer
Are you saying my business teacher is wrong? The professor that has a degree in this?
I see no stupidity about keeping people's copyrights intact. There are better ways to do it, sure, but it's a start, and better than someone getting away with stealing work and selling it, therefor taking money directly from the artist.
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SpectreFaux Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
I'm not saying they are wrong in any way. I only know what I research. But I'm talking about those who do, say again, playthroughs of their favorite games. The bill would ban the distribution and publication of these videos, despite no money being stolen or anything. And I don't see anything stupid about keeping the copyrights intact either. But at the same time, it goes against people's own personal things they wanted to share, even if they credited the company.
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