DECLARATION OF INTERNET FREEDOM

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Tired of fighting bad bills like SOPA, PIPA and CISPA? Want to stand up against those who are trying to control what we do and say online? Let's do something different. Add your name below and join the global movement for Internet freedom
Published : Tuesday, February 19, 2013
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DECLARATION OF INTERNET FREEDOM
Declaration of Internet Freedom
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Tired of fighting bad bills like SOPA, PIPA and CISPA? Want to stand up against those who are trying to control what we do and say online? Let's do something different. Add your name below and join the global movement for Internet freedom.[What's this?]
Sign the Petition
We stand for a free and open Internet.
We support transparent and participatory processes for making Internet policy and the establishment of five basic principles:
Expression:Don't censor the Internet.
Access:Promote universal access to fast and affordable networks.
Openness:Keep the Internet an open network where everyone is free to connect, communicate, write, read, watch, speak, listen, learn, create and innovate.
Innovation:Protect the freedom to innovate and create without permission. Don’t block new technologies, and don’t punish innovators for their users' actions.
Privacy:Protect privacy and defend everyone’s ability to control how their data and devices are used.
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16654 Total Signatures
Recent Signers below:
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James from Bakersfield, CA
Barbara from chapel hill, NC
Rodney from Beaverton, OR
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Julian from Fort lauderdale, FL
Albert from Newton, MA
David from Goleta, CA
We absolutely need to preserve net neutrality as the possibility of any kind of censorship power will be abused. Free the internet and free the human race!
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Claudia from San Diego, CA
Mettus from Rohnert Park, CA
Kern from United Kingdom
Douglas and Deborah from Cottage Grove, MN
Matthew from Walnut Cove, NC
"The books are to remind us what asses and fools we are. They're Caesar's Praetorian Guard, whispering as the parade roars down the avenue, 'Remember Caesar, thou art mortal.'" -Fahrenheit 451
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Kevin from Grayslake, IL
Tim from Northfield, NH
Perez from Austin, TX
FOR THE INTERTUBES!
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Shawn from Tulsa, OK
Antonio from Martinez, CA
Nadia from Niagara Falls, NY
Jared from Urbana, OH
The free flow of information is power to us all!!!
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James from norfolk, VA
Olga from Nixa, MO
Felipe from Gurnee, IL
Andrew from Gloucester City, NJ
Geoffrey from Battle Creek, MI
Tedd from Seattle, WA
Ryan from Scottsdale, AZ
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Elliott from Canada
Eric from Mahwah, NJ
John from Amherst, MA
Sue from Los Angeles, CA
Mitchell from Sonoma, CA
I hope this works.
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Cameron from Canada
It's Bullcrap that people have to have censorship on the internet!
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Moses from New Albany, IN
Net neutrality, freedom for all!
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Ian from Manchester, NH
Brian from Plainfield, MA
Sean from SELDEN, NY
Donald from Troy, MI
Robert from Erwin, TN
I'm tired of constantly having to worry about loosing access to my favorite sites, and not being able to do what I want on the Internet, simply because some company was loosing a small percentage of profits
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Esti from Ann Arbor, MI
Mark from Fredericksburg, VA
Carl from NY, NY
David from New London, NC
Richard from Rockville, MD
J from Plano, TX
Remember, though, that nothing is truly free.
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Daniel from Syracuse, NY
Paul from New Haven, CT
Joel from Salisbury, CT
Ivan from Houston, TX
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Eric from NE Washington, DC
Douglas from Greenville, SC
Victoria from Bridgeton, MO
David from Apollo, PA
Ted from Amarillo, TX
Glen from Philippines
Jill from Charlotte, NC
Chris from Chicago, IL
Martin from Nashville, TN
I am very much in favor of these principles, but I also have heard many apparently valid complaints from musicians that their ability to protect their work from copyright infringement also needs to be protected. Let's find a way to include them in the movement!
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Mary from Valley Park, MO
Gary from Deerfield, IL
Janette from white lake, MI
Christopher from Brooklyn, NY
John from Lansing, KS
D from Las Cruces, NM
The internet should also be a place where artists copyrights should be protected from corporate interests, not a place where said corporate interests can steal intellectual properties at will.
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Sharon from Newark, OH
Leo from Tucson, AZ
John from Santa Rosa, CA
Jackson from Blacksburg, VA
Jonathan from Bridgeport, CT
The internet represents a monumental acoomplishment of humanity in its ability to connect individuals with each other all over the planet and the vast amout of knowledge avaiabile, more than any library in the history of mankind. We owe it to ourselves and future generations to protect it and ensure a marketplace where the currency of thoughts can be freely exchanged without tyranny intervening.
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Udayan from Albany, NY
Michael from Seatlle, WA
Nathan from Davis, CA
Wesley from Canada
Deanna from Osseo, WI
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Allie from Queens, NY
Sommer from Baltimore, MD
Jerry from prudenville, MI
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R from Altadena, CA
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Come on. Come onnnn.
Julia from Concord, CA
Jonathan from Canada
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Snub the Internet and your snubbing the human intellect!
Amber from Champaign, IL
Alden from Lewisburg, PA
Donna from Manassas, VA
Jane from Ripley, NY
Shiva from Gaithersburg, MD
Stephen from Indianapolis, IN
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Frank from Calera, AL
Thomas from Germany
Nigel from Malaysia
Bridget from Stratham, NH
Carrie from Oregon, WI
John from Saint Paul, MN
Joe from Akron, OH
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abe from Weld, ME
Joseph from Miami, FL
Dennis from Poway, CA
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Dale from Glen Burnie, MD
PIPA, SOPA, and CISPA have died. This petition shouldn't have to exist; but it does have to exist. This is 2012, not 1984.
Lois from Santa Ana, CA
Brandon from Oviedo, FL
James from Raleigh, NC
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Freedom
David from rickreall, OR
Linda from Clearwater, FL
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Johnathan from Canada
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Chuck from New York, NY
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Nicholas from Portland, OR
Jaron from Sacramento, CA
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Ricky from Freeland, MD
John from Phoenix, AZ
Jenna from Pearland, TX
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Gary from Gainesville, FL
Brad from Elkhart, IN
Brendan from Bellingham, WA
Steven from Los Angeles, CA
Brian from Sussex, WI
Ryan from Cleveland, OH
Austin from Waconia, MN
Gerald from Ridgefield, CT
Elena from Decatur, GA
Thomas from Chesterfield, MO
Richard from Lakewood, CO
Stephen from Albany, CA
Wim from Belgium
Luis from Mystic, CT
Charles from north Caldwell, NJ
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Sarah from New York, NY
Tybee from Battle Ground, WA
Don't let private corporate interests control what we see and do.
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Eric from West Chicago, IL
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Findlay from New Zealand
Jeffrey from uniontown, PA
James from Warren, MI
Charles from Belfast, ME
Jef from Stewartstown, PA
Jason from Baton Rouge, LA
Garik from Warrenton, VA
James from Broomfield, CO
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Keith from United Kingdom
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Adele from Amherst, MA
Roger from Whittier, CA
Nicholas from Riverside, CA
Khurram from Rio Rancho, NM
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Daniel from Minneapolis, MN
FTP
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Tybee Wall
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Kevin from Austin, TX
Dale from Rockford, MI
Joe from Medford, OR
Linda from Asheville, NC
Keri from keego harbor, MI
Keep It Free
Margaret from Acton, MA
Johni from Ocean Shores, WA
Jay from diamondhead, MS
Quiterie from Dayton, OH
Bill from Greenbrae, CA
Michael from Lynn, MA
Graham from Canada
Thomas from Tucson, AZ
Joel from Puerto Rico
Che from New Zealand
The ability of humankind to communicate must never be confiscated by the fearful few.
Gary from medfort, OR
Paul from Australia
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Nima from Canada
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Micah from delta, CO
Randy from Eugene, OR
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Ray from Akron, OH
Kelly from Milpitas, CA
We stand for a free and open Internet.
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Mark from Brooklyn, NY
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Patrick from Decline, CA
Stephen from Deerfield, IL
Michael from Seattle, WA
Garrett from Corona, CA
Chris from Canada
Carly from Burlington, VT
Taylor from Gurley, NE
James from Tempe, AZ
Lisa from South Hadley, MA
Mike from Hillsborough, NJ
J from city, MA
Caleb from Easton, MD, MD
Linda from Clackamas, OR
G from Ithaca, NY
Lawrence from Honolulu, HI
Robert from Torrance, CA
Faith from Wiscasset, ME
Adam from Dyer, IN
Alexander from Westminster, CO
liberty from Andover, MN
Bob from Mtn View, CA
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Phillip from Jackson, MI
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Tim from Australia
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John and Jean from Lonsdale, MN
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Heather from Eminence, KY
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Robert from Seattle, WA
JonDavid from Boston, MA
Max from Brooklyn, NY
Kai from san jose, CA
Brian from Littleton, MA
Thomas from Sandy, UT
FREE INTERNET NOW!
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Will from Olympia, WA
Sharon from Gambrills, MD
Michael from Manlius, NY
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Spencer from Mount Pleasant, MI
April from Prairie du Sac, WI
Michael from Laurel, DE
Lee from Highlands, NC
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