UPDATE: 1/20/12 1441 SOPA Put On Shelf For Now.
This is what Internet censorship looks like. (No Political blog today)
The Senate has come back into session and they'll be
soon voting on whether to grant themselves the power to turn off parts of
the Internet. Fun sites you YouTube.
Informative sites like Wikipedia.Political sites like NFTOS.
If enacted, new laws would force Internet Service Providers to block
websites that any corporation suspects violates a copyright or suspects
doesn't monitor it's users' content close enough
for copyrighted materials. That means that any website, foreign or
based in the U.S.,could be wiped out on suspicion and made
unavailable to everyone in the world.
The Senate must reject the Internet Censorship Act.
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Today, NFTOS is not posting a political blog in protest of Internet censorship legislation—along with Wikipedia, Reddit, Mozilla, and many other major websites. Please go to the following site to sign moveon.orgs petition, which lets congress know this crap isn't going to fly! Sign our petition against Internet censorship.
PROTECT IP / SOPA Breaks The Internet from Fight for the Future on Vimeo.
The government must not be allowed to censor the Internet at the request of powerful lobbyists. Say NO to Internet censorship!
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