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Ireland passed a local SOPA

Ireland passed a local SOPA

The Irish legislative authorities have passed a local version of SOPA, which will allow copyright holders to seek court injunctions against websites and social media that host pirated content. Minister for research and innovation Sean Sherlock promised that the European Union Copyright and Related Rights Regulations 2012 would be followed along with a number of measures in order to protect ISPs’ rights.

Those measures include providing ISPs with the right to deny carrying out a general monitoring on their networks. Minister also stressed that each customer of an ISP is to be respected and all measures enforcing the copyright-protecting law must not be unnecessarily complicated or costly.

The bill was signed by Sherlock despite widespread opposition and claims that it would compromise Internet freedoms. "Ireland is home to some of the world's most innovative Internet companies, and we are determined to grow our reputation as a location where smart people and smart companies can innovate in this fast-moving arena," stated Sherlock.

"The challenge now is to examine what measures we can take to develop Ireland's laws in this area in such a way as to provide the greatest possible encouragement for innovation in the creative and digital industries to take place here. This is a very complex area of law which affects industries that are developing at lightning pace and where the interests of many diverse and changing parties interact with each other," - minister added.

Stop SOPA Ireland organization, however said Sherlock had made "a very bad decision".

“This law will potentially impact on the freedoms to do business and to free expression of every company and citizen in the country. The need for primary legislation has never been clearer” Ц the organization says in its blogpost.

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