United States Citizens – Stop the Internet Blacklist!

Just the other day, President Obama urged repressive regimes around the world to stop censoring the Internet. But at the same time, the United States Congress is hatching a plan to censor the Internet here at home. A new bill being debated this week would instruct the Attorney General to create an Internet blacklist of sites that US Internet providers would be required to block. If they decided, then no exploit site, including mmoexploiters, would be illegal to visit, and would be blocked from your view.

The Senate Judiciary Committee is voting on the Internet blacklist bill this week. We need to take a strong stand against this unconstitutional bill.


Please sign the petition and call your sitting Senator, to vote no, on S. 3804

More Info: http://demandprogress.org/

One Response to United States Citizens – Stop the Internet Blacklist!

  1. TomRiddle says:

    Got an email from demandprogress Nov. 19 saying:

    Yesterday the Senate Judiciary Committee voted unanimously to send the Internet blacklist bill to the full Senate, but it was quickly stopped by Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR) who denounced it as “a bunker-buster cluster bomb” aimed at the Internet and pledged to “do everything I can to take the necessary steps to stop it from passing the U.S. Senate.”

    Wyden’s opposition practically guarantees the bill is dead this year — and next year the new Congress will have to reintroduce the bill and start all over again. But even that might not happen: Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), Hollywood’s own senator, told the committee that even she was uncomfortable with the Internet censorship portion of the bill and hoped it could be removed when they took it up again next year!

    This is incredible — and all thanks to you. Just a month ago, the Senate was planning to pass this bill unanimously; now even the senator from Hollywood is backing away from it. But this fight is far from over — next year, there’s going to be hearings, negotiations, and even more crucial votes. We need to be there, continuing to fight.

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