GameZone reports that the Vita won't have any special prices associated with it, and it will instead use the same data plans that they've already been using for other 3G devices, such as the iPad's.

There are two plans at the moment:

250MB of data - $14.99/month
2GB of data - $25/month 

Gamezone was informed from a sales representative that doing things like streaming YouTube or music will eat away fairly quick even at a 2GB data plan (though YouTube doesn't currently work with the Vita anyways) but that playing games online shouldn't be that taxing since the game is already predownloaded or running from a cartridge, though it was still recommended to get the 2GB plan if the Vita would be use extensively.

That means you're looking at $300 per year if you decide to go with the 2GB plan for the Vita. A positive point about this is that it doesn't require a contract and is paid on a month to month basis.

The SOPA Bill is something everyone who loves the internet should know about. This bill will allow the government to control what we see online, what is uploaded, what is downloaded, and what can be considered inappropriate to be deleted and blacklisted. This bill is against our first amendment right but many supporters are behind it;

Some of the biggest names however have dropped out of the support bracket; EA, Sony, and Nintendo. Obvious that gamers and tech junkies love being able to send, share, and use the internet for their hobbies and activities the big names of entertainment pulled their companies off of the SOPA bill as to not lose customers and to get their names in the safe-zone.

There's a lot of speculation what this means as some of the biggest names have now dropped from support but the ESA is still in full strength and fighting for the SOPA bill to be passed and censor the entire internet.