The IP Law Wiki is an encyclopedic resources and forum for discussion regarding intellectual property law and legislation, particularly regarding laws and legislation in the United States. It includes viewpoints from all sides of the issues, general IP law news, and information about politics and government related to the issue. The wiki was part of the global Internet blackout protest against the Stop Online Piracy Act in January 2012, and resources are also available for contacting members of Congress about similar legislation.
Intellectual property laws and legislation were a major issue in 2011 and 2012, and they are likely to be major issues moving forward. Content generators in the entertainment industry as well as some politicians want to curb the growing issue of online piracy by passing new legislation aimed at preventing it, but critics claim that the legislation already proposed has gone too far. Some major laws, legislation, and treaties about intellectual property, as well as other Internet-related issues, are:
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