Thursday, 19 January 2012

Stop SOPA/PIPA!

As part of many websites all around the world, this blog will too serve as a beacon of hope.
A beacon of change.
A change that will be remembered for decades to come.
The day that millions rose up and protested against the legislator, the tyrant, the..

Yeah... Anyways, enough with the storybook intro. For more info about SOPA/PIPA just go to
http://americancensorship.org and cast your vote in.

Also go to http://www.change.org/ and check out other ways to influence this legislation.

ROCK ON FILE SHARERS!!!

18 comments:

  1. grrr and i'm gonne have repercution in canada if this shit pass

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  2. STOP THIS DARN THING, loving that background btw :)

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  3. Thw world will never be the same if the two bills were to come into force.

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  4. I think it's safe to say that Blackout Day was successful in raising awareness. They tried to get us back with the megaupload takedown, but I think the people got the last laugh with the embarrassing takedowns against the government :P

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  5. Oh, and following for interest :D

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  6. If this crap gets passed, the internet is done for. I think the government needs to have the shit smacked out of them to realize how ridiculous SOPA and PIPA are.

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  7. Following because your gaming stuff is pretty awesome. :3

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  8. It won't pass. It better not.

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  9. It didn't, but it's just a temporary victory.

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  10. Thankfully SOPA's gone but don't forget about ACTA mate, it's an enhanced version of SOPA.

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  11. Bill did not get passed, as anyone could of guessed. Too much hatred for it, all senators were receiving angry phone calls/letters from their constituency. If there's anything we can make sure our senators will abide by, it's listening to their constituents in order to get re-elected. Google funded the anti-SOPA campaign with 5 million dollars. Following btw

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