Not for profit rights group Fight for the Future will on Thursday launch the Internet Defense League, a new initiative designed to help internet stakeholders fight back whenever their rights are threatened by the man. The League will launch tonight in San Francisco, Washington DC, New York, London and, bizarrely, Ulaanbaatar, …
"So far the group is concentrated almost exclusively in the West. It will have to engage a lot more with internet stakeholders in Asia if it's truly going to make a difference."
Dunno about that... the bunch of idiots we've got supposedly "running" the UK are doing their best to screw with the internet here as well!
Anonymous can give up now
I think anonymous think that this job is theirs...
Just don't model yourselves on the EDL.
"Not for profit rights group Fight for the Future will on Thursday launch the Internet Defense League, a new initiative designed to help internet stakeholders fight back whenever their rights are threatened by the man" -- And in the process they themselves become the man!
why another group?
I'm not sure of the point of forming another group. I already support the EFF and the Open Rights Group for this purpose.
China, Thailand, Pakistan and elsewhere
China, Thailand, Pakistan and The United Kingdom - fixed it for you.
Man, with these dumb-arse draconian Nineteen-eighty-four style laws coming in maybe a lolcat based defence league is actually not such an effing stupid thing after-all. Ceiling cat to the rescue!
will no doubt be watching these developments with interest from his sekrit layr.
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