Stop the PROTECT IP Internet Censorship Bill!

We need your help to stop a serious threat to the Internet. The House's Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and the Senate's PROTECT IP Act would censor the Internet and create massive legal uncertainty and regulation for websites like YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook -- not to mention killing emerging mobile and social startups before they get off the ground. SOPA's regulations leave any website with user-contributed content -- that's pretty much all of social media -- no choice but to pre-screen their site's content for copyright violations, effectively killing them. Court orders may even require DNS providers to block certain websites. Who decides what’s infringing, and which sites you can and can’t visit? The Federal Government. Learn More

SOPA and PROTECT IP mean Internet censorship, plain and simple. Send a tweet and help turn the tide against Internet censorship.

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PROTECT IP was approved by the Senate Judiciary Committee, but Senator Ron Wyden has placed a hold on the bill. Make sure it doesn't get out of commitee by calling your Senator today:
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