SOPA dan PIPA Good Bye ,,,, (SOPA & PIPA TIDAK JADI DISAHKAN)

Seperti yang kita tahu, sebelumnya terjadi polemik dikalangan para pengguna dan penyedia layanan di internet karena akan disahkannya RUU SOPA dan PIPA, dimana jika RUU ini disahkan kita tidak akan bisa lagi menikmati segala fasilitas di internet. Berbagai pihak melakukan upayanya untuk menentang SOPA dan PIPA, mulai dari menonaktifkan layanannya di internet, sampai menyediakan submit email untuk menentang yang ditujukan untuk para netters. Namun, sepertinya kita tidak perlu khawatir lagi, kenapathinking??

 
Kabar gembira buat kita semua para netters, terutama para bloggers. Kenapa? Ya, tadi saya baru saja membuka email, dan ternyata ada 3 pesan masuk di inbox saya. Dan salah satunya ternyata adalah email dengan subjek Wohooo! dari Tiffiniy Cheng info@fightforthefuture.org dan dari Ben Simon, Mozilla.org joinmozilla@mozilla.org. Isinya apa? Isinya adalah mengabarkan bahwa SOPA dan PIPA tidak jadi disahkan!! big grin Berikut isi emailnya:
Email dari Tiffiniy Cheng info@fightforthefuture.org:

Woohooo!

Hi everyone!

A big hurrah to you!!!!! We’ve won for now -- SOPA and PIPA were dropped by Congress today -- the votes we’ve been scrambling to mobilize against have been cancelled.

The largest online protest in history has fundamentally changed the game. You were heard.

On January 18th, 13 million of us took the time to tell Congress to protect free speech rights on the internet. Hundreds of millions, maybe a billion, people all around the world saw what we did on Wednesday. See the amazing numbers here and tell everyone what you did.

This was unprecedented. Your activism may have changed the way people fight for the public interest and basic rights forever.


The MPAA (the lobby for big movie studios which created these terrible bills) was shocked and seemingly humbled. “‘This was a whole new different game all of a sudden,’ MPAA Chairman and former Senator Chris Dodd told the New York Times. ‘[PIPA and SOPA were] considered by many to be a slam dunk.’”

“'This is altogether a new effect,' Mr. Dodd said, comparing the online movement to the Arab Spring. He could not remember seeing 'an effort that was moving with this degree of support change this dramatically' in the last four decades, he added."

Tweet with us, shout on the internet with us, let's celebrate: Round of applause to the 13 million people who stood up - #PIPA and #SOPA are tabled 4 now. #13millionapplause
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We're indebted to everyone who helped in the beginning of this movement -- you, and all the sites that went out on a limb to protest in November -- Boing Boing and Mozilla Foundation (and thank you Tumblr, 4chan)! And the grassroots groups -- Public Knowledge, Electronic Frontier Foundation, Demand Progress, CDT, and many more.


#SOPA and #PIPA will likely return in some form. But when they do, we'll be ready. Can you make a donation to Fight for the Future, to help us keep this fire going?

Donate

We changed the game this fall, and we're not gonna stop. $8, $20, every little bit helps.

13 million strong,

Tiffiniy, Holmes, Joshua, Phil, CJ, Donny, Douglas, Nicholas, Dean, David S. and Moore... Fight for the Future!


P.S. China's internet censorship system reminds us why the fight for democratic principles is so important:

In the New Yorker: "Fittingly, perhaps, the discussion has unfolded on Weibo, the Twitter-like micro-blogging site that has a team of censors on staff to trim posts with sensitive political content. That is the arrangement that opponents of the bill have suggested would be required of American sites if they are compelled to police their users’ content for copyright violations. On Weibo, joking about SOPA’s similarities to Chinese censorship was sensitive enough that some posts on the subject were almost certainly deleted (though it can be hard to know).
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After Chinese Web users got over the strangeness of hearing Americans debate the merits of screening the Web for objectionable content, they marvelled at the American response. Commentator Liu Qingyan wrote:

‘We should learn something from the way these American Internet companies protested against SOPA and PIPA. A free and democratic society depends on every one of us caring about politics and fighting for our rights. We will not achieve it by avoiding talk about politics.’"

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(press release is here: https://fightfortheftr.wordpress.com/press-releases/)


Dan berikutnya email dari Ben Simon, Mozilla.org joinmozilla@mozilla.org:


Hi Andre Andreas,

Great news -- this morning, Congressional leaders announced that votes on both the Stop Online Piracy Act and the PROTECT IP Act have been postponed!

Make no mistake -- you made this happen.

This week, more than 13 million people spoke out against these disastrous pieces of legislation, and there is no doubt in anyone's mind that it's your protest and your action that made it happen.

To see some of the awesome numbers from Mozillians this week, check out this blog post, and you can see some internet-wide stats here.

There will be more that we need to do in the future on this -- this fight is not over -- but, for now: Thank You.

Ben

P.S. -- We couldn't do this without financial support from people like you. Can you chip in $5 or more so we're prepared for whatever comes next?

--

Ben Simon
Join Mozilla Lead
Mozilla Foundation


Akhirnya kita bisa bernafas lega karena tidak perlu khawatir dengan pemblokiran terhadap internet. Bagi sobat blogger, ayo semangat lagi nge-blognya happy!!

4 komentar:

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    1. hhhe,, mari ngeblog lagi gan ehhe

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  2. follback sukses #76, mau nanya gan, buku tamu nya dimana ya?

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    1. buku tamu,,, kami tidak menyediakan sob,,, silahkan comentar saja

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