Internet activists challenge content regulation

By Terry Mutuku on March 02, 2012

By Ali Symons, Senior Editor, Anglican Church of Canada and Executive Member of WACC-North America

Activists may have halted the United States’ Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA), but the fight over internet content regulation continues. On Jan. 18, an estimated 7,000 websites—including Google and Reddit—protested SOPA. English Wikipedia blacked out its site and posted a statement saying SOPA “could fatally damage the free and open internet.” Millions of people echoed this concern through online petitions, editorials, and rallies. Read more...

March 02, 2012
Categories:  Action Newsletter

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