Copyright Laws to Shut Down Websites


During an interview on InfoWars with Alex Jones, Matt Drudge said that “I had a Supreme Court Justice say to me it’s over”. Drudge said the court had enough votes to shut down websites offering news, which would make it illegal to even link to someone else’s stories. This, of course, is the fundamental foundation of the free internet. It helps to further knowledge and increases exposure. To shut this down as some violation of copyright law is unbelievable. Plagiarism is a huge problem, but linking to other’s stories is part of free speech. This shutdown is intended to shut down any alternative news.