The darkest day of the year may end up marking the beginning of a long winter’s night for Internet freedom. “The Darkest Day of the Year”: The FCC and Internet Regulation | The Heritage

Well, Internet Freedom Day was created especially to remind us of that triumphant day and to celebrate the freedom of online expression we still enjoy. Held just once on January 18, 2013, Internet Freedom Day was a day of activism and advocacy designed to keep alive the legacy of the fight against SOPA. Here’s a profile of this important event. Internet Freedom Day: This Year We Go to War for Net Two years ago today, millions took part in the successful 2012 SOPA/PIPA Blackout protest, followed last year by an event many of us celebrated for the first time as “Internet Freedom Day.” (You can read all about Internet Freedom Day here, but basically, we should have at least one special day designated for celebrating one of the most revolutionary technologies the world has ever known.) Internet Freedom Day: How Massive 'Blackout' Protests Jan 18, 2017 Internet Freedom Day: 5 Ways Your Internet Rights Are At Jan 21, 2013

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Internet Freedom Day Marks Anniversary of Internet Internet Freedom Day Marks One Year Anniversary of Internet Protests by Rollin Bishop | 4:30 pm, January 18th, 2013 One year ago today, the Internet went dark . January 18th: Internet Freedom Day - Center for Democracy Jan 18, 2013

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Today marks the one-year anniversary of the Internet blackout in protest of SOPA and PIPA, and in celebration, Internet activists have dubbed it “Internet Freedom Day.” Activists have set up a website to honor freedom of expression, encouraging Internet users to share their celebratory message, and take action today. “Here’s a list of things you can do right now to […] Infographic: Celebrating Internet Freedom Day & The Jan 18, 2013 On This Internet Freedom Day, Download A Free Book: On Jan 18, 2013 For Internet Freedom Day, Watch Aaron Swartz Explain How