Two billboards, crowd-funded in part by a Reddit co-founder, showed up in the district of the original author of SOPA legislation, GOP Rep. Lamar Smith of TX. One of them is apparently right outside his office. I love it! This is exactly what’s needed. Constituents who care about the internet being free from interference need to make sure they let their elected officials know, because contacting them does work. Fight for the Future is doing great work informing the public on these web destroyers and Breadpig has t-shirts available you can buy to help get the word out and support Fight for the Future and The Internet Defense League.
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