This cartoon by Daryl Cagle from msnbc.com relates to the US Senate's Protect Intellectual Property Act and the House's Stop Online Piracy Act, known popularly as PIPA and SOPA. Momentum against the Acts grew quickly on Wednesday when the online encyclopedia Wikipedia and other Web giants staged a one-day blackout and Google organized a petition drive that attracted more than 7 million participants. Congress has now indefinitely postponed the legislation. Read more >>
A cartoon about a blogger stealing a cartoon protesting S.O.P.A. and P.I.P.A. Very ironic! (I can't imagine that happening in real life.)
In all my years of posting cartoons on The English Blog, I can honestly say that not one cartoonist has ever complained about having their work 'stolen' (that will probably change now I've said that!).