Do you want #FactsWithoutWikipedia? Fight back against Internet censorship!
Tell Your Senator, “Our Communities Don’t Want PIPA!”
Soon the Senate could vote on the Internet Censorship bill called PIPA (The Protect IP Act S.968). This bill, and its cousin in the House, the "Stop Online Piracy Act" (SOPA), could fundamentally change the Web, as we know it—limiting the openness and creativity of the Internet that our communities have fought for.
The Senate has the power to stop PIPA— but they need to hear from us. They need to know that OUR communities--communities of color, rural and tribal communities and America’s poor--care about technology and the role it plays in social and economic inclusion.
Our calls and emails are working! Since January 18th, more than a dozen senators have come out in opposition to PIPA. We can continue to play a direct role in determining the future of the Internet! Let's keep up the momentum.
Write your Senators and tell them to vote “no” on the Protect IP Act! Let them know the communities you serve cannot afford any job loss, website censorship or limits on innovation.
Enter your zip code below and you will be directed to an online action email, and the contact information for the senators in your district - fill out the required information, hit the "send your message" button to contact them and you're done!