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Anonymous inicia “OP BlackOut” contra la ley SOPA


Mañana 3 de enero, Anonymous lanzará la #OpBlackout, una protesta en contra del proyecto de ley Stop Online Piracy Act o SOPA.

La iniciativa, en debate en este momento en el Congreso de Estados Unidos, permitirá al gobierno cerrar sitios web y enjuiciar y multar a sus operadores si esa página cuenta con información protegida por derechos de autor.

Los efectos de la ley podrían ser extensivos y afectar a personas normales que subieron, o simplemente linkearon, un video en YouTube.

También podría causar el cierre temporal – o al menos entorpecer en gran medida su funcionamiento – de webs del tamaño de Google, Facebook o Twitter por las cosas que se comparten o aparecen enlazadas en ellos.

Anonymous hizo un llamado dividido en dos acciones, a manifestarse mañana 3 de enero. Uno es reemplazar la página principal de cada sitio web con un mensaje de protesta contra la ley SOPA.

 “Pongan esta imagen y mensaje en todas partes online. Planten la semilla de la disidencia donde sea que pueda crecer”, dicen.

La segunda acción es “llevar la OpBlackOut al espacio físico”, es decir, manifestarse en la calle. “Tómense los carteles, etiquetas, stencil, tiza, adhesivos, fliers, protestas, etc. 

Llenen el espacio público con nuestro mensaje, imagen y presencia”, señala Anonymous. También llaman a coordinar la iniciativa con el grupo Occupy.

VÍDEO de "OP BlackOut" (Español)



Compañías que están EN CONTRA de esta ley:
  • AOL
  • Creative Commons
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Google
  • Mozilla
  • LinkedIn
  • eBay
  • Zynga
  • Yahoo
Compañías que están A FAVOR de esta ley son:
  • Adobe
  • Apple
  • Autodesk
  • AVEVA
  • AVG
  • Bentley Systems
  • CA
  • Cadence Design Systems
  • CNC Software -- Mastercam
  • Compuware
  • Corel
  • Dassault Systèmes SolidWorks Corporation
  • Dell
  • Intel
  • Intuit
  • Kaspersky
  • McAfee
  • Microsoft
  • Minitab
  • Progress Software
  • PTC
  • Quark
  • Quest
  • Rosetta Stone
  • Siemens PLM Software, Inc.
  • Sybase
  • Symantec
  • TechSmith
  • The MathWorks 
VÍDEO de "OP BlackOut" (Inglés)


Transcripción del vídeo "OP BlackOut" (Inglés)

Citizens of the United States, We are Anonymous.

This is an urgent emergency alert to all people of the United States. The day we've all been waiting for has unfortunately arrived. The United States is censoring the internet. Our blatant response is that we will not sit while our rights are taken away by the government we trusted them to preserve. This is not a call to arms, but a call to recognition and action!

The United States government has mastered this corrupt way of giving us a false sense of freedom. We think we are free and can do what we want, but in reality we are very limited and restricted as to what we can do, how we can think, and even how our education is obtained. We have been so distracted by this mirage of freedom, that we have just become what we were trying to escape from.

For too long, we have been idle as our brothers and sisters were arrested. During this time, the government has been scheming, plotting ways to increase censorship through means of I S P block aides, D N S blockings, search engine censorship, website censorship, and a variety of other methods that directly oppose the values and ideas of both Anonymous as well as the founding fathers of this country, who believed in free speech and press!

The United States has often been used as an example of the ideal free country. When the one nation that is known for its freedom and rights start to abuse its own people, this is when you must fight back, because others are soon to follow. 

Do not think that just because you are not a United States citizen, that this does not apply to you. You cannot wait for your country to decide to do the same. You must stop it before it grows, before it becomes acceptable. You must destroy its foundation before it becomes too powerful.

Has the U.S. government not learned from the past? Has it not seen the 2011 revolutions? Has it not seen that we oppose this wherever we find it and that we will continue to oppose it? Obviously the United States Government thinks they are exempt. 

This is not only an Anonymous collective call to action. What will a Distributed Denial of Service attack do? What's a website de face ment against the corrupted powers of the government? No. This is a call for a worldwide internet and physical protest against the powers that be. 

Spread this message everywhere. We will not stand for this! Tell your parents, your neighbors, your fellow workers, your school teachers, and anyone else you come in contact with. This affects anyone that desires the freedom to browse anonymously, speak freely without fear of retribution, or protest without fear of arrest.

Go to every I R C network, every social network, every online community, and tell them of the atrocity that is about to be committed. If protest is not enough, the United States government shall see that we are truly legion and we shall come together as one force opposing this attempt to censor the internet once again, and in the process discourage any other government from continuing or trying.

We are Anonymous.
We are Legion.
We do not forgive censorship.
We do not forget the denial of our free rights as human beings.
To the United States government, you should've expected us.

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