A petition against Europe’s Article 11 and Article 13 is continuing to grow. It has now reached nearly 4 million signatures.
More and more websites are joining the blackout protests against article 11 and article 13. Now the Spanish and Polish editions of Wikipedia are also shut down.
The backlash continues as opponents to the censorship machine and the link tax take to the streets to fight article 11 and article 13.
The fallout continues with the passage of Article 13. German citizens are preparing to hit the streets to oppose this law.
The Red Alert for Net Neutrality day of action is taking place tomorrow. Some of your favourite websites could be participating.
They are working the halls of congress and taking to the streets in what looks like the start of the final push to save network neutrality.
As the FCC continues to move ahead with plans to gut network neutrality, many American’s are taking their protest onto the streets.
Developments over the controversial Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) may have slowed down, but the battle is far from dead and gone.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) has been a hugely controversial agreement which has drawn backlash from many. While it seems that governments around the world are only concerned with how to ratify it, many have sent strong messages saying “No”. Today, we wanted to highlight some of those protesting in the country of Peru.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) has sparked numerous protests. Some of these protests have occurred in the US. These protests flew under the TPP = Betrayal campaign that occurred in many cities.