Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Declaration of Internet Freedom

This is exactly what it sounds like. A declaration stating that we have rights and that our interwebz should be free. I was going to explain this out more, but the FreePress.net email I recieved has a email template for sharing. This does a lot better job of detailing it, complete with a link so you can sign it as well. Enjoy.

"Dear Friend,
People in power are making political decisions behind closed doors about how the Internet should operate and they’re doing this without the involvement of actual Internet users.

The result: bills like SOPA and CISPA that could close down the open Internet and destroy our freedom to connect.

It’s time for us to reclaim the Internet. It’s time to declare our Internet freedom.

Lawmakers around the world must stand with us to protect the open Internet. And Internet users must be involved — from the start — in shaping policies that affect our experience online.

Add your signature to the Declaration of Internet Freedom today. Then tell the world why the open Internet matters to you.

Captain Steak

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