Do You Love The Free and Open Internet? You Can Tell World Governments To Keep It That Way


Google Search home page has began informing the online community about a scheduled closed-door meeting in December. Reportedly there are/will be several government representatives from various countries that will discuss initiatives with regards to censorship and other internet regulations.

Many people believe that a free and open world depends on a free and open web. The Internet has connected more than two billion people around the world. The online community can work together to keep the Internet free and open.

What is at stake?

The Internet empowers everyone. Everyone has a voice and can speak, create, learn, and share. The internet is controlled by no single organization, individual, or government. It is helping to connect the world. Currently about a third of the world’s population is online.

Click here to learn about Past Actions that have been taken to preserve online freedom.

Below is a video of a Google discussion which focuses on the question “What does the future of the Internet mean for creativity?” The discussion includes questions from among the thousands submitted to The panel features some popular YouTube community members such as SHAYTARDS and Danny Zappin of Maker Studios.

Future of Creativity Online: An #OurWeb Hangout
Published on Apr 17, 2012 by GoogleVideos

Those who are interested can pledge support for a free and open Internet by clicking here and filling out the attached form.


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