Stop The Internet Censorship Law (COICA)!

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Combating Online Infringement and Counterfeits Act (COICA)

The Senate Judiciary Committee has scheduled a markup for November 18, 2010 on Section 3804 COICA. It is vitally important that all U.S. citizens get involved and take action to stop this bill from becoming law. If passed, the law will allow the U.S. Federal Government to censor the internet as they see fit, like China and Iran do. The difference here is that China and Iran only censor the content access in their own country, but this bill would allow the U.S. Federal Government to censor the websites at the source, making them unavailable globally! This is no joke folks. This bill represents a HUGE movement for “Big Brother” censorship. The freedom of information we have all come to enjoy via the internet is in jeopardy. Don’t allow this to happen. Take action now! Check out the links below.

Please see the following article from the Huffington Post for more information:

Stop the Internet Blacklist

If you are a U.S. Citizen, please take the time to sign the following on-line petition:

DemandProgress.org – Petition to Stop the Internet Blacklist!

U.S. Ctizens can also email your cenators from one of the following links to express your concerns for the bill:

Tell Your Senator: No Website Blacklists, No Internet Censorship!

U.S. Senate Website

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