Join the largest online protest in history.
Today is the Internet Blackout Day in protest against Senate Bill 968: the Protect IP Act that is set to go before US Senate next week.
Internet freedom is at risk if the Stop Internet Piracy Act (SOPA) in the Senate and the Protect IP Act (PIPA) in the House are passed.
Hopefully a victory? SOPA has been reportedly shelved until further notice.
However, on January 23rd Senate will be back in session and getting ready to vote on the Protect IP Act, SOPA’s sister bill. Call Senators on the 25th and voice your opposition to this censorship legislation.
Not only is Penny Auction Watch participating in today’s protest – Over 6,000 other websites from personal blogs to Wikipedia, Google, Flickr, reddit, Tucows, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, and Mozilla are standing up and speaking out.
We are asking you to educate yourself and take action right now to help stop this dangerous legislation from being passed.
If passed the face of the Internet will be forever changed and even sites like ours that host forums and information will be at risk of shutdown, and operators imprisoned.
Right now, before it’s too late!
Specific Organizations Opposing S.968 (PIPA)
- Creative Commons
- Demand Progress
- Yahoo Inc.
- American Association of Law Libraries
- American Library Association
- Human Rights Watch
- Public Knowledge
- Special Libraries Association
- New America Foundation
- Reporters Without Borders
- Electronic Frontier Foundation
- Association of College and Research Libraries
- Center for Democracy and Technology
- Demand Progress
- Tea Party Patriots
- Entertainment Consumers Association
- Free Press
- Cato Institute
- Brookings Institute
- American Society of News Editors
- Future of Music Coalition
- Institute for Intellectual Property & Social Justice, Inc.
- Library Copyright Alliance
- American Express
Specific Organizations Supporting S.968
- Recording Industry Association of America
- Independent Film & Television Alliance
- Motion Picture Association of America
- National Association of Theater Owners
- Outdoor Industry Association
- National Electrical Manufacturers Association
- Business Software Alliance
- Association of American Publishers
- Ford Motor Company
- Automotive Aftermarket Industry Association
- Underwriters Laboratories Inc.
- American Federation of Musicians
- Entertainment Software Association
- American Association of Independent Music
- Eli Lilly and Company
- Xerox Corporation
- Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council
- Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers
- Major League Baseball
- CBS Corporation
- National Basketball Association
- Advanced Medical Technology Association
- Beam Global Spirits &Wine
- National Football League
- Johnson & Johnson
- News Corporation
- Warner Music Group
- Estee Lauder Companies
- Greeting Card Association
- Adidas America
- Acushnet Company
- ABRO Industries, Inc.
- 1-800 Contacts, Inc.
- Blue Sky Studios, Inc.
- Bose Corporation
- Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI)
- Electronic Components Industry Association
- HarperCollins Publishers
- Kekepana International Services
- LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton
- Nike, Inc.
- Taylor Made Golf Company, Inc.
- Timberland Company
- Tiffany & Co.
- National Fraternal Order of Police
- National District Attorneys Association
- National Criminal Justice Association
- Council of State Governments
- International Association of Fire Fighters
- U. S. Chamber of Commerce
Also see these three articles on SOPA and PIPA:
- Controversial Copyright Bills Would Violate First Amendment
- The Definitive Post On Why SOPA And Protect IP Are Bad, Bad Ideas
- Online Piracy and Internet Security: Congress Asks the Right Question but Offers the Wrong Answers.
- EFF’s action center for contacting Congress.
- Fight for the Future’s petition to the State Department (great for individuals outside of the United States)
- EFF’s activism toolkit for fighting the blacklist legislation
- EFF’s one-page guide about the blacklist bills (PDF). Print it out and leave copies in local coffee shops and libraries, or stop by the offices of elected officials and leave them a copy.
- If you are on Facebook, RSVP to the EFF’s Senate call in day on January 23rd to protest the PROTECT-IP Act.
- CDT’s list of voices opposing the blacklist bills.
- On Twitter, please use hashtags: #SOPA, #PIPA, #Blacklist, #SOPABlackout, #J18
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