This week in pictures: SOPA stalls

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Say goodbye to overtime in IT if this bill goes through

Called the Computer Professional Update Act, the bill expands the "no overtime" label from the current "computer systems analyst, computer programmer, software engineer, or similarly skilled worker" in the areas of "systems analysis techniques and procedures," and "design, documentation, testing, creation, or modification of computer programs." Essentially, programmers today don't get overtime. If this bill passes, IT workers in network or database analysis, IT jobs related "but not limited to" computers, information systems, components, networks, software, hardware, databases, security, internet, intranet, or websites at just about any job, including analyst, programmer, engineer, designer, developer, admin or "similarly skilled worker," will no longer get time and a half after 40 hours per week. Read more

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