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Animation, Infographics, Motion Graphics

SOPA / PIPA Explained

The innocuously named bills get various activist treatments visually explaining their pitfalls and dangers.


Topic: Protect IP and Stop Online Piracy Act
Tactic: Motion Graphics, Infographics
Brief: Internet companies struck back against the push for the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA), and major players like Google and Wikipedia, along with innumerable blogs and smaller sites, either blacked out for a day or posted banners in protest.

While SOPA (and it’s relative PIPA) have dominated conversations in the social media space, there is still considerable confusion about what the bills actually do. The MediaBistro blog 10,000 Words has a great round up of five multimedia explanations of the bill.

Check the rest of them out here.

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