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By Anonymous avatar | May 24, 2011 - 18:46 | Posted in AnonyNews | 1 Comment

Message From Anonymous ( IP ACT)

dear citizens of the internet
citizens of free speech
citizens of the United States

We are Anonymous

Over the past month we have been examining the actions taken by the
United States Chamber.

We have paid close attention to one new bill in particular, the Protect
IP act.

This bill would allow the United States Government to force ISP’s and
search engines to censor websites they do not like under the guise
of “copyright protection”. Instead of reducing piracy, this bill
endangers the free flow of information. Through Domain seizures, ISP
blockades, search engine censorship, and the restriction of funding to
accused websites, this bill takes internet censorship to a new level.

The internet is a place where anyone and everyone can come together
freely to share information and opinions. The freedom the internet
provides has served us well, and driven our intellectual progress,
sparked revolutions and changed the lives of many, all of which has
been accomplished without the interference of corporations,
governments, or any other global institutions until now.

We must unite and stand up to those who wish to censor the internet
We must protect what is rightfully ours
We must attack in defense of our homeland

You are Anonymous
You are Legion
You can not forgive
You can not forget
United States chamber,
Expect E-Revolution

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One Response to Message From Anonymous ( IP ACT)

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    If it passes, construction of the largest underground ISP must begin. We will not be silenced.

nonymous. Whoever you are, we are ungovernable!
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