Zynga Takes A Stance Against SOPA

Zynga –  We still have concerns and think you should, too, says Zynga. The company says that while it supports the goal of stopping foreign Web sites from engaging in copyright infringement, there are more effective and targeted ways to deal with these problems without censoring the Internet. “The overly broad provisions we’ve seen in the pending SOPA and PIPA bills could be used to target legitimate US sites and freeze innovation at a time when it is needed most,” says a post on the Zynga blog.

Zynga also voices concern that certain proposals would tamper with the technical architecture of the Internet through manipulation of the Domain Name System (DNS), a foundation of Internet security.

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