[hackerspaces] TR : Emergency Meetup

Philippe Langlois philippe.langlois at gmail.com
Mon Jan 16 18:13:43 CET 2012

Does any hackerspace there participate/ organize something special for this?


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De : "David Segal" <info at demandprogress.org>
Date : 14 janv. 2012, 12:48 AM
Objet : Emergency Meetup
À : "Philippe Langlois" <philippe.langlois at gmail.com>


Genuinely historic:  Next Wednesday we're taking it to the streets.

The New York Tech Meetup is organizing a protest of the PROTECT IP Act (the
Senate version of SOPA, the Internet censorship bill) outside of the
offices of New York senators Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand.

We're hoping for thousands of people.

*Can you join?  Click here for more details, and to

*That's 12:30 PM on Wednesday, January 18th at 780 Third Avenue (at 49th
St.) in NYC.*

Schumer and Gillibrand are ignoring concerns about the impact PROTECT IP
will have on the Internet and the New York tech community.  It's time to
call them out.

*Please do your best to make it on Wednesday: There's never been a protest
like this in support of Internet freedom in the United States.  Click here
to RSVP. <http://act.demandprogress.org/go/412?akid=1136.405220.A6ZJPW&t=2>

**Also, we're trying hard to spread the word about this protest and inspire
similar actions across the country.  Will you *click
* to vote up our post about it on Reddit?


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