We Are Winning: Pelosi Comes Out Against Internet Censorship Bill
Nobody thought it could be done, but it looks like we’ve turned the tide against the Internet Blacklist Bill. Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi just spoke out against it, and Republican Darrell Issa says it now stands “no chance of passage”!
It’s been a show of force like no other: More than 700k anti-censorship contacts have been delivered to Congress so far this week, as the Blacklist Bill gets heard in committee.
What an amazing couple of days — let’s top it off with one more push. Please send one more message to Congress — even if you already have — touting our numbers and telling them they need to back down. Let’s make it clear that the Internet has risen up, and won’t back down until Congress heeds our calls.
Please just use the form at right to send one more message to Congress, and use these links to ask your friends to share the news:
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The Stop Online Piracy Act would ruin so much of what’s best about the Internet: It will give the government and corporations new powers to block Americans’ access to sites that are accused of copyright infringement, force sites like YouTube to go to new lengths to police users’ contributions, and put people in prison for streaming certain content online.
Just use the form at right to send one more message to Congress to help us finish strong today.
And please use the links below to ask your friends to join — and if you have a website, please link back to our petition page.
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