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My American Followers: SIGN THIS PETITION

phoenixi-s:

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silvertonguedgod:

thepeasantcourtier:

This is the official Whitehouse.gov petition to stop CISPA 2.0 - I can’t sign it because I’m not in America but this bill would affect more than just Americans, it’ll affect anyone and everyone who uses the internet.

Please Sign it!

((If you are American or are naturalized, Sign. It. This is not a request. It is a command. Because this is not a freaking joke, the same way SOPA last year was not a joke.))

[NEEDS 96,000 signatures, only has 3,000. SIGN! GO GO GO!]

Guys, even if you’re not in America just leave the state blank when you sign up and you can still sign it.

In other words, GO GO GO GO GO THIS IS SO IMPORTANT DO IT NOW.

We got someone a fluffy chicken for way less than this, don’t tell me it’s impossible. THE INTERNET DEPENDS ON IT.

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10:02 am: cheeseoneverything17,189 notes

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Hey guys, remember when we all freaked out about SOPA and CISPA?

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comatoseinsomnia:

comatoseinsomnia:

It’s back.

No, don’t ignore this.
This affects every one of you in the U.S.
Take a single moment to reblog this dammit. We stopped it last time by public outcry, we can do it again.

oh my god you guys it’s back. Reblog the shit out of this

Take a fucking moment to reblog before all our lives are over.

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The government is trying to ban shit, again.

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09:22 pm: cheeseoneverything46,015 notes

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COLE STRYKER: I am not a hacker.

stryker:

But in my recent research, I’ve talked with a lot of them. Not just the “lololol we r legion” kind either. The real deal. Guys who now work for McAfee or run their own security contracting firms. When I asked them about whether further government restrictions on internet behavior, like SOPA and…

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SOPA and PIPA Fully Alive – And a New Bill Joins Them

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jakeenglishswaifu:

rosaregalius:

ryeisenberg:

learnwhydemonstray:

Reblog Reblog Reblog!

Argh!

FUCK. JUST. STOP WITH THE FUCKING BILLS. SOPA, PIPA, ACTA, AND OPEN?!

JUST STOP IT, WE’VE HAD ENOUGH OF THIS BULLSHIT.

what the tits

okAY JUST FUCK THIS FUCKB GI SHITASDDF SERIOUSLY GETTING BORED OF ALL THESE POOOOP POOP POPPOPOPOPUBO,’ÅÖÄ.

HERE WE GO AGAIN

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09:10 pm: cheeseoneverything11,723 notes

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lielikeadog:

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slimmeroo:

barkbarkbarkbarkbarkbarkbarkbark:

BLACK MARCHThursday, March 1st 2012 to Saturday 31st March 2012
With the continuing campaigns for Internet-censoring litigation such as SOPA and PIPA, and the closure of sites such as Megaupload under allegations of ‘piracy’ and ‘conspiracy’ the time has come to take a stand against music, film and media companies’ lobbyists.
The only way is to hit them where it truly hurts.Their profit margins.
March 2012 is the end of the 1st quarter in economic reports worldwide.
Do not buy a single record. Do not download a single song, legally or illegally. Do not go to see a single film in cinemas, or download a copy, Do not buy a DVD in the stores. Do not buy a videogame. Do not buy a single book or magazine.
Wait the 4 weeks to buy them in April: see the film later, etc. Holding out for just 4 weeks, maximum, will leave a gaping hole in media and entertainment companies’ profits for the 1st quarter, an economic hit which will in turn be observed by governments worldwide as stocks and shares will blip from a large enough loss of incomes.This action can give a statement of intent:
 ”We will not tolerate the Media Industries’ lobbying for legistation which will censor the internet.”

I like this idea a lot, but I might recommend having some discretion with one’s blackout. There are some really intelligent companies, like Valve, who are wholeheartedly against SOPA and PIPA and have already intelligently articulated their viewpoint on the whole piracy issue. I live near Lawrence, which is a place bursting with local craftspeople and very small businesses— aka the type of people who have no pull with federal government and oftentimes can’t afford to lose a month of business. Do not needlessly punish companies which do not deserve your vitriol.
tl;dr: As a consumer, your biggest strength is your buying power. If you don’t like what a company is doing, stop forking over your cash, even if you like their product.

Agreed. I’m going to do this but I’m going to continue giving money to small businesses/independent workers/etc. 

boycotting SOPA/PIPA supporters is also a good idea

lielikeadog:

sarahfu:

slimmeroo:

barkbarkbarkbarkbarkbarkbarkbark:

BLACK MARCH
Thursday, March 1st 2012 to Saturday 31st March 2012

With the continuing campaigns for Internet-censoring litigation such as SOPA and PIPA, and the closure of sites such as Megaupload under allegations of ‘piracy’ and ‘conspiracy’ the time has come to take a stand against music, film and media companies’ lobbyists.

The only way is to hit them where it truly hurts.
Their profit margins.

March 2012 is the end of the 1st quarter in economic reports worldwide.

Do not buy a single record. Do not download a single song, legally or illegally. Do not go to see a single film in cinemas, or download a copy, Do not buy a DVD in the stores. Do not buy a videogame. Do not buy a single book or magazine.

Wait the 4 weeks to buy them in April: see the film later, etc. Holding out for just 4 weeks, maximum, will leave a gaping hole in media and entertainment companies’ profits for the 1st quarter, an economic hit which will in turn be observed by governments worldwide as stocks and shares will blip from a large enough loss of incomes.
This action can give a statement of intent:

 ”We will not tolerate the Media Industries’ lobbying for legistation which will censor the internet.”

I like this idea a lot, but I might recommend having some discretion with one’s blackout. There are some really intelligent companies, like Valve, who are wholeheartedly against SOPA and PIPA and have already intelligently articulated their viewpoint on the whole piracy issue. I live near Lawrence, which is a place bursting with local craftspeople and very small businesses— aka the type of people who have no pull with federal government and oftentimes can’t afford to lose a month of business. Do not needlessly punish companies which do not deserve your vitriol.

tl;dr: As a consumer, your biggest strength is your buying power. If you don’t like what a company is doing, stop forking over your cash, even if you like their product.

Agreed. I’m going to do this but I’m going to continue giving money to small businesses/independent workers/etc. 

boycotting SOPA/PIPA supporters is also a good idea

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02:24 pm: cheeseoneverything40,529 notes

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02:23 pm: cheeseoneverything21,196 notes

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finnishmidnight:

This is more for awareness to my followers than anything, if anyone wants contact info for me on that day just ask me, dear lord it’s one day people calm down.

^ Same here.
Most of you have my skype and shit anyhow. If you want just ask.

Same.

For reference for my followers, if anyone needs to get a hold of me on that day:Skype - jelliclekittenAIM - bearpawz07Just give me your Tumblr name so I know who you are. XD

I will not survive this day.

We are all going to die. Thank goodness for tv marathons.

I have Criminal Minds and my book. I will survive.
OMG, WHAT WILL I DO?? i think i might have to actually venture outside… >.<

Godspeed, followers.Be careful out there in the real world.

The 18th is… Wednesday? Sweet. Maybe I’ll get some homework/novel-writing done~

 If you want to talk to me for some obscure reason on Wednesday, my twitter and Skype usernames are jcatgrl, too.

Yep.

Reblogging so my followers see this.
Wednesday is my fucking day off work too, shit.

I will curl up in a ball and die on this day, especially if I still feel like I do now. And probably habitually refresh Tumblr. And whine that it doesn’t work to nobody in particular.Followers, I wish you luck, know that I love you and we can survive this.

C’mon guys, we’ve done this once, we can do this again!I need a day to recuperate from The Fall anyway ;u; 

i downloaded enough sherlock to keep sane but i think i may have to go out in the world too….im frightened…theres people out there

anyhoodle:

ofscrewdriversandarmydoctors:

technicolortardis:

cleverdetectiveinafunnyhat:

thefenceattheedgeoftheworld:

jcatgrl:

aintwejust:

lydiawesome:

kimmykaos:

rowenaravenclawsdiadem:

allisoniskiller:

zobothehob0:

davidtennantspants:

karlika:

n8tacles:

finnishmidnight:

This is more for awareness to my followers than anything, if anyone wants contact info for me on that day just ask me, dear lord it’s one day people calm down.

^ Same here.

Most of you have my skype and shit anyhow. If you want just ask.

Same.

For reference for my followers, if anyone needs to get a hold of me on that day:
Skype - jelliclekitten
AIM - bearpawz07

Just give me your Tumblr name so I know who you are. XD

I will not survive this day.

We are all going to die. Thank goodness for tv marathons.

I have Criminal Minds and my book. I will survive.

OMG, WHAT WILL I DO?? i think i might have to actually venture outside… >.<

Godspeed, followers.
Be careful out there in the real world.

The 18th is… Wednesday? Sweet. Maybe I’ll get some homework/novel-writing done~

 If you want to talk to me for some obscure reason on Wednesday, my twitter and Skype usernames are jcatgrl, too.

Yep.

Reblogging so my followers see this.

Wednesday is my fucking day off work too, shit.

I will curl up in a ball and die on this day, especially if I still feel like I do now. And probably habitually refresh Tumblr. And whine that it doesn’t work to nobody in particular.

Followers, I wish you luck, know that I love you and we can survive this.

C’mon guys, we’ve done this once, we can do this again!
I need a day to recuperate from The Fall anyway ;u; 

i downloaded enough sherlock to keep sane but i think i may have to go out in the world too….im frightened…theres people out there

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11:44 am: cheeseoneverything18,648 notes

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brodinsons:

Wikipedia is considering going dark to protest SOPA and PIPA, the Internet censorship bills.
It’d be huge news, jar rank-and-file Internet users out of complacency, and serve as a turning point in the effort to beat these bills.
Will you encourage Wikipedia to protest censorship by going dark?  Just click here.

If you’re already on Facebook, click here to share with your friends.
If you’re already on Twitter, click here to tweet about the campaign: Tweet

brodinsons:

Wikipedia is considering going dark to protest SOPA and PIPA, the Internet censorship bills.

It’d be huge news, jar rank-and-file Internet users out of complacency, and serve as a turning point in the effort to beat these bills.

Will you encourage Wikipedia to protest censorship by going dark?  Just click here.

If you’re already on Facebookclick here to share with your friends.

If you’re already on Twitter, click here to tweet about the campaign: Tweet

12:03 am: cheeseoneverything143 notes

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PIPA is the new SOPA

zarggg:

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andouilles:

abakkus:

Everyone’s hearing that SOPA’s probably not going to pass, and that’s great. But there’s more than SOPA, there’s PIPA too, and it’s just as bad.

“But bills often come in pairs, and SOPA’s twin in the U.S. Senate is the Protect IP Act, or PIPA. Both bills threaten to rip apart the fabric of the Internet, compromise the planet’s digital security and open the doors for China-class censorship. While the SOPA brand is damaged, PIPA has yet to attract similar levels of negative attention. It’s scheduled for a Senate floor vote on Jan. 24 and could easily sneak through under the radar. The most important thing for Internet activists to do, right now, is spread the word that PIPA is the new target.

Copyright holders want to give themselves and the U.S. Department of Justice the power to block websites accused of infringement. They want to force Internet service providers to create a wall between their customers and these websites. They want to force banks and payment services like PayPal to cut off these websites’ money. They want the websites removed from search results and to ban people from linking to them. And all of that, without any kind of formal hearing.”

IMPORTANT. SPREAD THE WORD (like last fucking time this shit happened)

I wasn’t aware SOPA failed, but reblogging this nonetheless.

SOPA has been in committee since October. It may or may not have died there, but we won’t know until the results of the committee are published. PIPA, however, has always been the Senate version of this bill. It’s not a replacement, it’s the Senate counterpart.

Regardless of whether SOPA failed or not, it’s probably best to keep an eye on both bills, and protest them as if they are both still alive and well (and it is likely that both are).

02:50 pm: cheeseoneverything478 notes