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Submission + - Petition against Internet Censorship (

Anthem writes: The upcoming law for internet censorship in Germany has been covered on Slashdot before. As usual politicians want to limit freedom in the name of child pornography. This time around they met some resistance: Some 120,000 people already signed an online petition to German parliament to stop the law from passing. (English translation of the petition text)
Now some brainiac figured out that you don't have to be a German citizen to sign the petition! So if you have some time to spare and are OK with providing your details then by all means sign it!. There is even an English video to help you navigate through the website.
Want to make a statement against internet censorship? This is your chance. (Can only be signed until June 16th. German parliament is required by law to review it.)

Don't sweat it -- it's only ones and zeros. -- P. Skelly