Given the freedom of the Internet and the amount of user-generated content, censoring the Internet would infringe upon our liberties, liberties that this country was fundamentally built upon. I firmly believe these apply to the Internet by virtue of its qualification as a free openly-communicating space. Many of us advocate for social and political justice, and utilize platforms such as Blogger and Tumblr to do so. One post can gain such momentum that it could alter things on a colossal scale, such as gay marriage getting passed in New York last summer. Recall certain YouTube videos that might have had some vital consequence on society's outlook on things. Censoring the Internet, as Senate continues to express its desire to do so by pushing PIPA forward, would hinder our right to free speech and marginalize our voices severely. Fuck, this blog would be one big black dot on your browser.
SO BASICALLY, PIPA would adopt China and Iran's technique in combating piracy and copyright infringment. The problem is if we used these bitches' system in the U.S, it would prove to be highly controversial seeing as though the U.S. First Amendment would be more fucked than Kim Kardashian on tape.
WHAT YOU CAN DO:
Tell your senator what you think. Congress needs to hear from you. Go HERE to join the strike against SOPA. If you want to keep your freedom on the Internet, take a stand.
SOPA can suck my polish sausage. CENSOR THAT YOU FAT KIDNEYED STRUMPETS.