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* Nike - Beaverton, OR * Achushnet - Fairhaven, MA * Curb Music Publishing - Nashville, TN * NBC Universal - New York, NY * Viacom - New York, NY * Callaway - Carlsbad, CA * Cleveland Golf - Huntington Beach, CA * Rosetta Stone - Arlington, VA * Activision - Santa Monica, CA * Adidas Group - Portland, OR * Xerox - Norwalk, CT * Hastings Entertainment, Inc. - Amarillo, TX * Fortune Brands - Deerfield, IL * Coty Inc. - New York, NY * EDGE Entertainment Distribution - Streetsboro, OH * Oakley, Inc. - Foothill Ranch, CA * PING - Phoenix, AZ * Louis Vuitton - New York, NY * D'Addario and Company - Farmingdale, NY * Monster Cable Products, Inc. - Brisbane, CA * Tiffany and Co. - New York, NY * Farouk Systems, Inc. - Houston, TX * Beam Global - Deerfield, IL * Chanel USA - New York, NY * True Religion Apparel, Inc. - Vernon, CA * Concord Music Group - Beverly Hills, CA * Village Roadshow Pictures - Beverly Hills, CA * National Basketball Association - New York, NY * National Football League - New York, NY * The Collegiate Licensing Company/IMG College - Atlanta, GA * Anderson Merchandisers - Amarillo, TX * Trans World Entertainment Corporation - Albany, NY * Timberland - Stratham, NH * Major League Baseball - New York, NY * Lightening Entertainment/Mainline Releasing - Santa Monica, CA * Sierra Pictures - Beverly Hills, CA * Voltage Pictures LLC - Los Angeles, CA * Worldwide Film Entertainment LLC - Westchester, CA * Nu Image, Inc. - Los Angeles, CA * Burberry Limited - New York, NY * Big Machine Records - Nashville, TN * The Little Film Company - Studio City, CA * Columbia Sportswear Company - Portland, OR
Given the fundamental due process values of our nation [...], Congress must carefully consider whether it wishes to authorize Justice Department officials to blacklist websites in a manner subject to little process and limited judicial review. Without judicial oversight, these blacklists could reach the websites of political candidates and advocacy groups. Numerous political campaigns have received copyright cease-and-desist letters or infringement notices, including candidates very recently in this cycle from both parties.
Originally posted by asperetty
I did not know cities were companies?? Wtf Huntington Beach?! I'll never surf at your shores again!
Luckily there are still around 230 mil Americans and 10,000 companies that haven't signed on to this nonsense. Oh right that doesn't matter.