Egyptian Street Activists Launch Global Campaign

Egyptian Street Activists Launch Global Campaign

Egypt has been run by a dictator for 30 years. Six days ago, Egyptians said ‘enough’, and millions took to the streets. Over the weekend, as the government allowed phone calls for a few hours, two young pro-democracy activists started an online campaign which is taking off like wildfire. Show your support for Egyptian pro-democracy activists here!

Christmas Victory! World’s Youngest Imprisoned Blogger Released

Christmas Victory! World’s Youngest Imprisoned Blogger Released

Navid Mohebbi, the youngest blogger ever arrested, was released by Iran on Christmas Day! While governments and mainstream media have paid little attention to Navid’s case, A Safe World for Women has led the way, using Change.org to pressure senior UN human rights officials into advocating for Navid’s release.

Should the Internet Be Run by One U.S. Company?

Should the Internet Be Run by One U.S. Company?

Tomorrow the FCC is set to rubber stamp weak Internet regulations and the controversial merger of Comcast and NBC Universal, a move activists are calling “the beginning of the end” and the effective death of Internet freedoms. What can we do to save net neutrality in the final hour?

“The Beginning of the End” – Obama Abandons Internet Freedoms

“The Beginning of the End” – Obama Abandons Internet Freedoms

President Obama has repeatedly pledged to protect Internet freedoms. But under rules just proposed by Obama’s hand-picked FCC chairman, Internet providers will be able to speed up access to sites willing to pay top dollar, while slowing down your connection to everyone else. With a vote on the new rules in two weeks, a new coalition is mobilizing millions to pressure the FCC.

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