Amnesty Int'l: Weds is Protest Day for China's Internet Censorship
Use your website or social networking page to take a stand for human rights. Sign up to be a part of Amnesty International's day of protest tomorrow against internet censorship in China.
Stand up against Internet censorship in China by registering your page as part of the online the Day of Protest. On the 10 day countdown to the Beijing Olympics (July 30), we will demonstrate our solidarity with netizens in China and strengthen our call on major internet companies to uphold human rights through ‘occupying’ as many online spaces as possible.
July 30th is the ten day countdown to the Beijing Olympic Games and hundreds of websites like yours (and this one) can take a simple action to protest against China's censorship of the Internet. Sites like Wikipedia, CNN and Facebook, as well as websites with information on human rights, Falun Gong, AIDS and SARS are routinely blocked by Chinese ISPs.
How does it work?
You can also put one of these cool badges on your site.
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