How *YOU* can kill CISPA - UPDATED 22/06/12CISPA Headed for a Senate vote soon, likely inHow *YOU* can kill CISPA - UPDATED 22/06/123 years ago in Personal More Like This
Put this picture in your journal, or link it to your friends! If you're in the US you can do something to help stop CISPA. If you want to retain your freedoms on the internet, and the freedoms of those all over the world who use American-based servers, you gotta be on top of it, you gotta contact your representatives, you gotta be part of this process.
CISPA is expected to be voted on between..
May 28 - June 1
NEW ESTIMATE: June 21 - July 21
The CISPA vote has been delayed! Its final vote is expected in the Senate sometime in July. We're not finished yet so keep meeting with senators, making phone calls, writing your reps, everything you can to keep this monstrosity from getting through Senate!
You guys can stop it.
Information on ACTA, TPPA and NDAA + protest linksTaken from :iconXarti: http://xarti.deviantart.com/journal/It-s-The-Season-of-Petitioning-Protests-283474190Information on ACTA, TPPA and NDAA + protest links3 years ago in Personal More Like This
Okay, though I'm a bit shy in posting this (I don't know if I am good explaining or wording this).
Here's my reasons why I don't support ACTA.
For a bill that's suppose to prevent piracy, here's what it will do:
Destroy freedom of speech - Especially on the internet.
Under ACTA, the government and the elite will censor what they considered as 'Copywrite Infringement.' By shutting down sites. They will have control over the information and we would be in the dark(The government has been meaning ), this would effect news sites and information sites as well, since they can't spread and/or report. Our blogs and online journals will be censored as well. All of this goes against America's Constitution of Freedom of Speech amendment.
Stifle trade, especially of generic medicines -
In seeking on how to protect brands from piracy under the name of patenting, ACTA will halt gen