Hello Digital Economy Act, goodbye freedom…

April 8, 2010

in Activism

With the passing of the Digital Economy Bill today, here is your final chance was watch a mash-up of the wash-up “debate”. No doubt my website will be banned and you will be disconnected shortly.

This is perhaps a little scare-mongering, but there is a very real prospect that hundreds, if not thousands, of people will have their internet connections severed if this law is ever enforced, and I am sure the music industry will try. Say goodbye to free Internet access at libraries, universities, halls, wifi cafes, and everyone else who uses an open connection. The stupidity is astounding. This law must be repealed if we are to have any respect for the legislature.

Take a stand against the Digital Economy Act by joining the Open Rights Group here.


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Martin April 9, 2010 at 12:36 am

This will make you facepalm into next week…


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