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Congress Can You Hear Us?

Elo) CONGRESS. CAN YOU HEAR US? Two bills before Congress, known as the Protect IP Act (PIPA) in the Senate and the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) in the House, are meant to stop online piracy but would censor the Web and impose harmful regulations on American businesses. Experts agree that there are better ways to shut down pirate websites than asking US companies to censor the Web. Join the groundswell of experts, organizations and people from all parts of America united in their opposition to SOPA and PIPA. Tell Congress not to censor the Web and not to cripple our innovation economy. eloElo ed in Ho Eloi Elo Marc Andreessen Mitchell Baker Sergey Brin Jack Dorsey Caterina Fake David Filo Reid Hoffman Arianna Huffington Chad Hurley AOL O zyn Steve Crocker David Dagon Dan Kaminsky Danny McPherson Paul Vixie MEloiEloi ebY SOPA PIPA Google Brewster Kahle Elon Musk Craig Newmark Pierre Omidyar Biz Stone efox Jimmy Wales Evan Williams ADD YOUR VOICE HERE facebook. twitter Jerry Yango Internet security Vint Cerf, one of the founding fathers of the Internet, opposed SOPA in an open letter to Congress. Internet and technology Internet company companies sent an open letter opposing open letter opposing including ACLU, the bills and the risks Advocacy and public Human rights Leading venture capitalists issued a letter expressing concern that PIPA "would stifle Law professors sent alter Du letter expressing "seriousE expressing concern that constitutional, innovation, and foreign policy concerns." Over 113,000 people have petitioned the White House SOPA and PIPA. Entrepreneurs sent a letter interest organizations, organizations, including, Center for Media Justice and American Public called Congress to voice their opposition through experts issued a whitepaper raising American public voices opposition by adding 3 million signatures to petitions. founders sent an PIPA and SOPA would “hurt to oppose White House issued a commitment to “not support legislation that reduces freedom of expression, increases cybersecurity risk, or undermines the dynamic, innovative. global Internet." MoveOn and Tea Party Patriots, ral Zyng voiced their serious concerns SOPA and PIPA. economic growth and chill innovation." about the technical posed to innovation approach of PIPA. Reporters Without Borders, sent a letter to expressS concern for the bills' civil and human rights implications. and job creation.nkedin investment in Qu) Elo1) Elo)Eo1) E Internet services, throttle innovation, and hurt American competitiveness." Lo) Elo) Elo1) Elo1) E opposition. Lo ter facebook. twitter Firefox ynga Linked in. Roo Linked inOL O en PPPEY TETS A zynga 111 O lo1 Elo) Elo1) Elon) Azynga OL e I9Q6 ogle Fis ) () Elo1) Elo) Elo) E 111 Elo1) Elo) Elo) EU lo1) Elo) Elo)) Elo1) Dறமுற்: JOIN THE GROUNDSWELL GOOGLE.COM/TAKEACTION Eo) Sources:, Protect Innovation, Engine Advocacy, Center for Democracy and Technology, White House We the People Petition, Congresswoman Zoe Lofgren, Wikipedia, Stop American Censorship, Avaaz 3.000,000+ 887.000+ 113,000+ П 204 17 5

Congress Can You Hear Us?

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Two bills before Congress, known as the Protect IP Act (PIPA) in the Senate and the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) in the House, would censor the Web and impose harmful regulations on American business...




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