Many websites and organizations are now protesting against the newly proposed bills SOPA (Stop Online Piracy Act) and PIPA (Protect Intellectual Property Act) introduced to the United States House of Representatives by Lamar S. Smith Chairman of House Judiciary Committee on October 26, 2011.
Thousands of Major Websites like Wikipedia, Reddit, Natural News and many others blacked out their pages for a 24 hour protest period against the eventual passing of these two bills into law by the American congress.
Top 10 Reasons Why SOPA and PIPA Are Unjustified
Maybe by now we’ve all saturated the Internet with so much anti-SOPA, anti-PIPA content that you’ve finally decided you want to do something about stopping these bills, even if it’s just to get everyone to shut up already and talk about something else. Great, but what steps can you take, and where can you get the information to take those steps?
Well, this super fantastic interactive flowchart from Ape Con Myth will walk you through the steps and direct you to where you need to be to know what you need to know and do what you need to do. Step up everybody, and then we can all go back to talking about video games and silly cats again.
and we don’t need any SOPA and PIPA!
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