Well, i was checking out the escapist todaywhen i found today's jimquisition who stopped being a sarcastic douche and warn us of a bill that's in the talks in congress: http://www.escapistmagazine.com/videos/view/jimquisition/4993-Sony-Nintendo-EA-and-SOPA It's called The Stop Online Piracy Act, sometimes abridged to SOPA, and it's being back by Sony, EA and even Nintendo in response to the rise of hacking these past years. Now before you gonna say "F*** the hackers and pirates! SUPPORT THE BILL!" you HAVE to read the bill first... ...Cause it could shut down sites like IGN, Kotaku and even Game Revolution in the united states. I'd love to sum up the bill real quick but it's better if you read it straight from the source (sorry, pdf file). I can say that concerning the video game industry, the bill will restrain video streaming of certain videos (even marathon runs for charities or speed runs) will allows corporation to stop any services they offer to you at any notice (wither you read or signed the EULA or if you work in a review site and was already authorized to make previews) and even allow them to get the law on your butt if they find one hint of potential piracy content in your household. This bill is similar to "protect IP" bill which concerns mostly youtube and bloggers that got overturn a couple of months ago (and is in talk to be back in the senate). In the bills defense, i can tell you that this bill, if it would to pass, will be a BIG help against piracy... but just like the DRM, we will all suffer the same fate innocent or guilty. The jimquisition guy is right to be concerned. Like he said, The video game corporations got lots of rights on their side already, why should we give them more? I'm sorry to make a political thread here but just like how many freedom of speech movement started, we never sought politics, politics came to us first. So i oppose this bill and i invite anyone else to the following link to help the fight. http://stopcensorship.org/ All is invited to talk on this, supporters or not.