Filesonic stops infringing. I guess the site's leadership didn't want to go to jail like Ninjavideo, or get hit like Megaupload did. People put up with ad-laden, obnoxious 'file sharing' sites when they want to download something that can't be distributed legally, by less annoying sites. Everyone knows this.
It's a good thing that Megaupload was taken down. That was a blow for property rights. But not all in the anti-SOPA coalition support property rights. They don't want prudent copyright protection laws to fix the problem of foreign free riders, and want us to wink and nod at infringers. Look, even if we repealed the Sonny Bono act, or even the copyright act before that, we'd still have copyrights that needed protection.
Europe regulates the Internet again. "Right to be forgotten?" I say Brussels has a right to take a long walk off a short pier.
Chuck Grassley, convert to our side on SOPA, gets his Twitter account attacked. Hijacking someone's communications accounts is to attack political discourse in an open society. I hope those responsible are prosecuted. Also, way to reward people for doing the right thing, not.