SOPA Foes Launch What They Bill as Early Internet Threat Warning System

The group, whose members include Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.), Public Knowledge, Reddit, Mozilla and the Electronic Frontier Foundation, according to an IDL spokesperson, will launch July 19 with kick-off parties events in four cities, the real Gotham (New York), San Francisco, Washington and Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia (where one IDL member resides).

The IDL describes itself as "thousands of websites, groups, and individuals who can immediately respond to threats to the Internet." It also plans to be a permanent coalition with a goal of mobilizing millions.

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