Protect Internet Freedom
Check out these campaigns and initiatives to promote Internet freedom.
Urge Congress and the FCC to support Net Neutrality, which is under attack following a recent court decision invalidating the FCC’s “net neutrality” rules, which keep internet service providers like Comcast from giving users better access to some websites over others.
Sign the Declaration of Internet Freedom.
Take action to stop "closed-door" negotiations for the Trans Pacific Partnership, which is being negotiated in secret and which, like SOPA, is thought to contain Intellectual Property restrictions that threaten internet users’ freedom of speech, right to privacy and due process, and hinder peoples' abilities to innovate.
Join Craig Newmark over at CraigConnects and write something about how the Internet gives you a voice!
Write to Congress and tell them: "We will defend the Internet against any legislation that threatens our freedom of speech, privacy, and other fundamental rights."
Demand a privacy law update to stop the government from reading your email without a warrant.
Fill out this UC Berkeley Survey and tell what SOPA/PIPA meant to you.
Join Demand Progress in calling for Justice for Aaron Swartz, an internet freedom activist who many believe was bullied by the US government into taking his own life.