Knappenberger, in the press release for the trailer, said that Swartz's story is more powerful and important now than ever, and telling the story of Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) for the film reminded him how dynamic that effort was.
What does SOPA stand for?
SOPA stands for Stop Online Piracy Act
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We have 33 other meanings of SOPA in our Acronym Attic
- Selanik Ozel Pedagoji Akademisi
- Senior Officer Present Afloat (US Navy; US DoD)
- Socialist Party of Azania (South Africa)
- Society of Professional Archeologists
- South of Pandosy Street (area in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada)
- Southern Oregon Photographic Association (Medford, OR)
- Space-Only Power Allocation
- Standard Operating Procedure Amplified (aviation)
- State of Play Academy (legal technology community)
- State of the Province Address (various locations)
- Student Oral Proficiency Assessment
- Studio of Performing Arts (Arroyo Grande, CA)
- Supporters of Performing Arts
- Supporters of the Performing Arts, Inc. (Estes Park, CO, USA)
- Sydney Olympic Park Authority (Australia)
- Synchronous-Orbit Particle Analyzer
- Southern Ohio Performing Arts Association (Portsmouth, OH)
- Pacific Islands Applied Geoscience Commission
- Scripps Orbit and Permanent Array Center
- Society for Public Access Computing (Cleveland, OH)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Attempts to hogtie Internet freedom, from the Stop Online Piracy Act to the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, have failed to become law.
Berners-Lee said the internet's founding principles of openness and freedom of speech were at risk of being lost due to laws such as the US Stop Online Piracy Act (Sopa), (http://www.
The maker of Firefox was one of several companies that staged a one-day Internet blackout to protest the Stop Online Piracy Act earlier this year.
Despite SOPA, Lamar Smith dominates fundraising (Houston Chronicle): "The numbers of the January Internet protest about the Internet bills Stop Online Piracy Act, or SOPA, and the Protect IP Act, or PIPA, showed the world - and Congress - the formidable strength of the Internet's users.
Google, Wikipedia, Craigslist and others coordinated efforts on "Black-out Day" to protest Stop Online Piracy Act and the Protect IP Act, which currently reside in the House of Representatives and Senate, respectively.
HostPulse, a leading provider of unlimited web hosting, has announced its opposition to the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA), a piece of proposed legislation currently under debate in the House of Representatives.
The Scottish Organic Producers' Association have the same initials as the Stop Online Piracy Act, which aimed to bolster copyright laws in the States.