Many major websites and providers of content are protesting a bill going through congress. This MSNBC tech article sums it up nicely, and you can click HERE for the full article. A brief snippet reads the major controversy:
The two bills, supported supported mainly by the entertainment industry, are aimed at stopping illegal downloading and streaming of movies and TV shows. But many in the tech world — including giants Google and Facebook — say the legislation would let federal authorities shut down portions of the Internet without due process, and fundamentally alter the Internet’s ability to provide a platform for free speech.
Read up on it for yourself. How might this impact education? Resources to use in your courses?