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January 30


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The richest 1% could now control what we all see on the Internet forever. It’s the apocalypse of the internet as we know it, and will erase the democratic promise of an information highway for everyone the founders of the world wide web imagined. 

Together, Avaaz has built on that vision, using the web to fight corruption, save lives, and bring people-powered aid to countries in crisis. But the US and the EU are on the verge of giving the richest corporations the right to show content fast, while paywalling or slowing down everything else. Avaaz’s ability to show the world citizen journalist footage from Syria, or run campaigns to save our planet is under threat! 

Decisions on both sides of the Atlantic are being made now. But tech innovators, free speech advocates and the best web companies are fighting back. If millions of us join them now we can create the largest call for a democratic and free Internet ever. Sign up now and tell everyone.

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anycent Feb 13, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
I wonder how the founding fathers would have dealt with the internet and privacy issues . . .
Spartan545 Feb 2, 2014  Student General Artist
There will never be an internet apocalypse, not when I still breathe.
FrankRT Jan 31, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
They ain't gonna do it.
BreakinBenny Jan 31, 2014  Student Filmographer
Internet censorship..., not on my life.
Roxor128 Jan 30, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Aw crap, not more censorship attempts.

We need to punish the rich for trying this kind of crap. Make an example from them. Maybe seize all their assets and leave them on the streets with just the clothes on their backs.
Azure-Dragon-Seiryu Jan 30, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
No because I'm in the middle of something and they'l never succeed. They'll fail
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