Say No to SOPA & PIPA Gen2 Called CISPA


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Uncle Sam with empty treasury, 1920, by James Montgomery Flag. Reference to economic situation at end of World War I. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Once again another Bill is will be making the rounds in congress at some point this year targeting the creations of new rules regarding Online regulation of Cyber Security in the Eyes of Uncle Sam, which once again is worded in very vague terms leaving the bill ready to be abused by the Govt and big business, check out this article by the EFF that details why you should also rally against the CISPA bill HERE.

Say No to PIPA & SOPA Bills


SOPA Resistance Day!

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Today parts of the Internet went black to protect the proposed PIPA and SOPA bills that were making its way around the US legal circus, and although the bills look like they are losing support, you still need to call up your local Congressmen or Woman and let them know that you don’t support these bills, or let them know your happy they also don’t support the bill, for more check out this site American Censorship for more details on this issue.

Find Out If The Business your dealing with Supports SOPA


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If your against the SOPA bill that is floating around, then you might want to know which business’s are supporting the bill so you can let them know that as a customer you don’t care for them supporting the bill, and that they will lose you as a customer, and one way to help you figure out which businesses are supporting the bill you can use this android app BoyCott SOPA.

DeSopa Gets you Past DNS blocks If Sopa Passes


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Just like a previously mentions extension, you can use DeSopa for Mozilla Firefox to get past the DNS Blocks that would go in place if the Sopa Bill passes Congress, so for all of the folks on the web that rather a free web experience, then you might want to check out DeSopa for Mozilla Firefox.

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