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Not SOPA exactly, but certainly SOPA-esque.

Not SOPA exactly, but certainly SOPA-esque.

A U.S. judge has ordered that hundreds of sites be de-indexed from Google, Facebook, and other websites. Even though SOPA is still just an unpopular bill in Congress, U.S. courts are attempting to enforce SOPA-esque remedies against websites that sell counterfeit goods regardless of jurisdiction and territoriality concerns. Why wait for SOPA?

Alexander Bussey

Alexander Bussey is a 3L at Fordham Law and the Senior Articles Editor of IPLJ Vol. XXIII. He has undergraduate degrees in studio art and biology, and hopes to pursue a career at the intersection of law and art.