A World Without Wikipedia

A World Without Wikipedia

March 12, 2013

On January 18th, 2012, Wikipedia blacked out its English website for 24 hours in protest of SOPA.

SOPA vs The Film Industry

SOPA vs The Film Industry

March 7, 2013

Has Hollywood already forgotten the 1950s and the blacklist? Source

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Chinese Censorship

February 20, 2013

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SOPA vs PIPA vs OPEN

February 19, 2013

The OPEN Act, is gaining ground as a reasonable alternative and is the option supported by Google, a staunch SOPA opponent. OPEN Act aims to balance the rights of content creators with the rights of Internet users to a free and open web. Source

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SOPA vs PIPA vs OPEN

January 17, 2013

The OPEN Act, is gaining ground as a reasonable alternative and is the option supported by Google, a staunch SOPA opponent. OPEN Act aims to balance the rights of content creators with the rights of Internet users to a free and open web. Source

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Sopa: The Internet Blacklist Bill

January 15, 2013

If this law passes, you’ll wake up to find sites you love blocked by the US government. Tell Congress to vote “no” on SOPA. Source

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STOP SOPA

December 19, 2012

January 18, 2012 marked the online protest of SOPA and PIPA: two similar pieces of legislation threatening the Internet. This #STOPSOPA infographic depicts how the people and social media changed Congress’ mind in just one day.

American Censorship Day

American Censorship Day

November 6, 2012

Over 6000 sites signed up, over 1 million emails to Congress, 4 calls per second to Congress from Tumblr users and over 3000 handwritten letters put into action on Boycott SOPA day. Source

SOPA: The Internet Blacklist Bill

SOPA: The Internet Blacklist Bill

September 7, 2012

SOPA is a new bill introduced in congress that proposes that the U.S government can block certain sites and links from internet users in the States. This infographic shows how this bill can affect the privacy of internet users in the U.S and how it crosses the boundaries of censorship. Source

The Day the Internet Stood Still

The Day the Internet Stood Still

August 30, 2012

The largest protest in history. Source

The American Censorship Day protests

The American Censorship Day protests

June 22, 2012

The US state department constantly speaks out against internet censorship in other countries. Pressure them to speak out against America’s new domestic censorship system Source

Congress Can You Hear Us?

Congress Can You Hear Us?

May 30, 2012

Two bills before Congress, known as the Protect IP Act (PIPA) in the Senate and the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) in the House, would censor the Web and impose harmful regulations on American business. Millions of Internet users and entrepreneurs already oppose SOPA and PIPA. The Senate will begin voting on January 24th. Please […]