Alright then, that which some may consider to be a rather 'half-hearted/baked' effort now has officially been brought back to an end, again.
Somewhat unsurprisingly, it didn't exactly yield the kind of results I had hoped for - but again, it wasn't really that much unexpected in hindsight. Guess one can't count on catching flies twice with honey using the same method.
So, to somewhat clarify things for once without overdoing it, here the most poignant points wrapped together:
1. Yes, the 'suspended account' was certainly a - if different - approach on protesting/raising awareness towards the overall article 13 dilemma that's about to threaten the freedom of speech and data-exchange in the world wide web as for now in Europe, but also to overlap towards the states/rest of the (so far unaffected) world soon. There's already been movings on generally censoring the internet - YouTube currently being the strongest current example - which is why action must be taken even those assuming themselves 'safe' when the reality's far from it.
As I've already brought this matter up in far-greater detail a good deal of times in the past and, again, me not wanting in overdoing this, you may read the following journals for more information what this overall fuss is about (for newcommers that is):
Save the Internet 2.0 - Sign Petition, Short-Vers.*for those joining in new now to supposedly learn about what to exactly save the internet from and/or not wanting to read the other stuff beforehand, you may skip over until reaching the slogan Save the Internet, again, within same text written exactly as I just did.
Yeah, alright, I realize I overdid it a bit with the previous journal even myself, so for those not wanting to struggle themselves through walls of text, I'm going to provide a short summary regarding the 1st half of same journal's overall events:
1. The overall 'removal' of works on my main page and my parallel account have not been initiated through deviantart, but myself, having crafted together a convincing 'fake' in almost close fascimilie of official DA notifications
2. The reason I've done so was meant to raise overall attention around here both regarding watchers as people in general, make them/you more aware towards a certain 'menace' that happens to threaten us int
Save the Internet 2.0 - Please Sign Petitionand stop Article 13 + Explanation (- yeah, sorry, titles still only allow a certain amount of word-count, so I had to include the rest here as it's going to become quite important for what's yet to come...)
Alright then, today - as the day before - rather mark quite 'interesting' ones, without a doubt and I apologize yet again I for jumping in so late to the 'party' (yeah, right ).
Partially, this forciably had to do with me being quite stuck up learning for exams to no end the last days of which I'm about to write an especially important one tomorrow, hence having been forced afk until I was certain I'd have it all memorized when it becomes relevant by then.
On the other hand, though, an additional reason playing into all of this had heavily to do with me having been caught in long periods of thoughts in regards to how I'd ultimately come to address/reflect on 'certain' things having come to pass now - whenever I'd do so in a supposed 'distraught' manner or
Save the Internet - Help Stop Article 13Well, how'd you know? Six journal entries in a row in just a little of a week now (seven counting this one now). Given my especially spare activity in past months/years or so, that surely must be a record now.
Though I guess you could also consider it cheating at the same time, since 5 had been going on about the same thing, so, presuming that's only countable as one, this would make it the 3rd entry in such short time now - but then still even moreso than my normal ratio.
What goes for said latest entries, I once more wanted to apologize for the rather roughly wrapped up last entry of same series. I know it to be unfair to you and perhaps I should've invested some more time into it, after all. Then again, while not excusing things, it might still be for the better, seeing how I didn't intent to ruin anyone's fun doing these in the first place as well as fitting in not giving too much away at same ending then following my oh so often brought up reason of.... nope, no, not
As well as this link if you simply want to read things first-hand:
As I did proclaim in not doing anything too extreme to the likes of obscuring my entire gallery, again, as I had a few months before, yesterday's stunt I figured to be the best compromise at hand in not overdoing it, again, while at the same time supposedly serving its purpose. Again, didn't work out like imagined, but, again, I guess after having done something similarily before, it's just not cut out to work a second time.
2. Next Tuesday will mark the final vote upon the entire matter - if 'we', the users, finally won this fight or not ('fight', not war, as there'll always be such similar attempts in the future). The day before, as in 23th, marked the day of many protests around Europe which, carefully estimated, about 150 000 people participated in one way or another to let their voices be heard, hence the reason for my 'forms of protest now'.
While no further demonstrations are planned as far as I'm aware of and most likely not everyone making it to them, even if they're to take place, the one way for 'you', the average user, would be able to help is to sign this petition and spread word out as vast into every corner of the internet-world/general as possible. Said petition can ultimately be found here:
Over 5 million have signed this since having first been brought to live the day before hopefully to reach the 6th mark 'til said final votes two days from now.
3. As for my own corner of things/general, I'll come up with new update soon, at least what may be worth to share upon that.
So, that's all I figured that needs to be said as for now. Again, newfound update to be done at some other point in near future and hopefully to be a bit more illuminating then.
Until then, stay tuned!