In today’s videocast, I give important updates on the battle against NDAA and SOPA — including details on Reddit’s planned January 18th blackout in protest of SOPA.
They are one of the largest web sites on the Internet, attracting more than 2 billion pageviews per month. (Here are some photos I took when I visited Reddit’s office in Times Square.)
SOPA, as you probably know, threatens the very existence of the Internet in its current form — and would enable government censorship of Internet content on a scale never before seen in America or the developed world.
Also, I sound off on the surprising lack of outcry to NDAA from most Americans. Somehow, losing YOUR BASIC CIVIL RIGHTS, AND RIGHT TO A TRIAL isn’t a big deal… but the holiday Coca-Cola cans, and Bank of America’s proposed $5 debit card fee — those were enough to get the nation whipped into an incendiary hellstorm. . .
Also, here’s a great video on NDAA a reader sent to me last night. Everyone should watch it, regardless of your political leanings:
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