Anti-SOPA veterans issue declaration of Internet freedom

On Monday, a broad coalition of public interest groups and Internet leaders issued a document they called the Declaration of Internet Freedom. Signatories included the Electronic Frontier Foundation, Public Knowledge, Free Press, the Mozilla Foundation, and dozens of others.

"We stand for a free and open Internet," the statement reads. "We support transparent and participatory processes for making Internet policy and the establishment of five basic principles." 

Monday, July 2, 2012
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