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Anonymous calls for Internet blackout to protest CISPA

21.04.2013 13:10

A mass blackout of Internet sites has begun in protest of CISPA, as the controversial law makes its way to the US Senate. Hacktivist group Anonymous urged support for the blackout, storming Twitter with calls for action.

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Sanjeev Kumar 18.11.2013 23:33

Where is this govt gonna go?

Anonymous user 17.05.2013 00:19

They'redestroying our right to free speech&privacy. The U.S.Constitution matters&they should read it

Anonymous user 01.05.2013 04:34

May Anonymous Prevail.

Anonymous user 30.04.2013 21:43

anonymous is the voice of voiceless, they are everywhere.

Anonymous user 25.04.2013 12:33

Wish the date got circulated sooner or better. :-(

Anonymous user 24.04.2013 19:32

Hackers are my heros. They show the truth.

Anonymous user 24.04.2013 15:31

If all our liberties get taken all our info will be algorithm only the mindless will be spared?past

Anonymous user 24.04.2013 12:26

Anonymous doesn't even exist, it's just a huge media misunderstanding

Anonymous user 24.04.2013 03:15

You wouldn't hear anything but Cheers for Anonymous if they were to Expose Benghazi!


Louis Lalonde 24.04.2013 00:06

There are real internet organisations out there who defend user rights, like Open Media here in Canada. These people show their faces, we know who they are, you can talk to them and they have conferences. Anonymous is a joke. They attack anyone and everyone. They're are dangerous to the establishment as anarchists. Little hackers who's whole life is in front of a computer screen. There are real issues concerning the real society which touches workers, students, tenants, etc. Real left wing parties and organisations already exist and we don't need this anonymous garbage to spead confusion and waste energy.

Anonymous user 23.04.2013 17:08

pass all the laws you want it wont help the terabytes of data loaded every day you're out numbrd!

Anonymous user 23.04.2013 06:20

No one can stop the US government from pushing this CISPA. Your protests will be futile.

Anonymous user 23.04.2013 01:11

'Take it to the people not the'...

not to the businesses who want to spy on us? you're tripping!

Anonymous user 23.04.2013 01:09

everywhere but here and a few other places worthy of our attention

Anonymous user 22.04.2013 23:41

A one-day blackout isn't nearly enough to get the message across. Congress won't care.

Anonymous user 22.04.2013 22:54

Take it to the people not the businesses. No cyber buying for 2 days.

Anonymous user 22.04.2013 21:28

Don't blackout, hit popvox, and contact your reps instead!

Anonymous user 22.04.2013 21:27

A one day blackout doesn't work, it makes it clear participants are apathetic while ppl go elsewhere

Anonymous user 22.04.2013 17:48

Better protest stop all internet and store buying for 2 days. Let the people speak

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