Stop SOPA And Piracy
SOPA = Stop Online Piracy Act sounds benign, as almost all legislation does. The names of most bills are completely antithetical to what the bill would actually do. SOPA is no exception. You read the name. “Piracy is bad,”
Stop SOPA. January 18th, 2012 is the largest online protest in history, to stop the internet censorship bills, SOPA & PIPA. Join in by blacking out your site and urging everyone you can reach to contact Congress now.
Repeating Islands will not add new postings today (January 18, 2012) to protest proposed SOPA (Stop Online Piracy Act) and PIPA (Protect IP Act) legislation. SOPA and PIPA threaten the very fiber of the internet and free
Stop SOPA. If SOPA passes, we might all have to live without the sites we depend on. I'm very nervous about that. I think the withdrawal would kill me. At least tomorrow, I'll be out most of the day and away from my computer. . ★
These sites have "blacked out" today in protest of Stop online privacy act (SOPA). It makes it just a little bit easier to imagine what the web could look like if some of the measures from the proposed SOPA bill were to become law.