For Immediate Release, May 8, 2012 ANTHONY TOLDA, AN IMPRESSIVE GOP CANDIDATE, SURPRISES EVERYONE AND GETS RESTORED TO THE BALLOT FOR US CONGRESS (3rd District of NY)! Mineola, NY, May 8, 2012 — NYS Supreme Court ORDERS that Anthony Tolda be restored to the all ballots for the public office of Congressman for NY District […]

FederalJack Does not recognize ACTA as a legal treaty in the United States of America

Note: This is a protest article and we ask that everyone in the United States that does not recognize ACTA as a ratified treaty in the United States of America, that they repost this posting on whatever blog they like to post in. If we did it by the millions like with the web blackout […]

Obama Signs Global Internet Treaty Worse Than SOPA

Months before the debate about Internet censorship raged as SOPA and PIPA dominated the concerns of web users, President Obama signed an international treaty that would allow companies in China or any other country in the world to demand ISPs remove web content in the US with no legal oversight whatsoever. The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement […]

Ya va en 25 la lista de senadores que se manifestaron en contra de la Ley PIPA

Fuente: Ayer por la tarde les contábamos que las protestas mediante apagones contra los proyectos de ley SOPA y PIPA ya habían generado sus primeras repercusiones importantes a nivel del Senado de Estados Unidos. Iban cuarto congresistas que habían recapacitado sus posturas al respecto y que manifestaron estar en contra de estas leyes censuradoras de Internet. […]

Web Blackout Ends: SOPA Bleeding, But Not Dead

Russia Today January 19, 2012 Wikipedia back in white The Internet strike opposing the US anti-piracy bills SOPA/PIPA has ended. The webquake spearheaded by giants like Wikipedia, Reddid and Google led to key sponsors withdrawing their support for the acts. However, they are not dead, activists warn. Massive opposition to the controversial legislation resulted in […]

About SOPA and PIPA – The Big Brother Internet bills

SOPA Corporate supporters of HR3261 (SOPA) and S968 (PIPA) demand the ability to take down any web site that affects their profits — without due process or judicial oversight — in the name of combating “online piracy.” Hoping you won’t notice or care, quite a few of our Public Servants want to give them that right. Believe it or not, Monster Cable […]