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SOPA and the PROTECT IP Act
18th Jan, 2012

Seems quite a few internet sites are going ‘black’ for the day in protest of the SOPA and the PROTECT IP Act (or the internet ‘blacklist’ bills, hence the ‘black’). I thought I would put up a post to encourage my American cousins across the pond to protest against these acts. Once again the internet makes this nice and easy; simply find one of the many protest forms on the net, many with the blurb filled in. Here is the mozilla.org one that popped up with firefox this morning (but anyone can use it). An here is wikipedia’s one.

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Hearing feedback is very important to me in developing my ideas. Much of my designs are inspired, and crafted, by chatting to fans on forums before snowballing into a full concept you'll find here. I would like to thank all those who have contributed critiques and participated in discussions over the years, and I would especially like to thank all those who commented on this specific topic. If you would like join in you are most welcome!

  1. Matthew Kage says:

    SOPA and PIPA… bad news all around. Glad that the various petitions seems to have had a positive impact.

  2. Malika says:

    You missed out on Europe man, over here we got ACTA!

  3. Matthew Kage says:

    *shakes fist at acronmys*

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