Stop ICANN From Silencing Voices

Many .org website owners are non-profit.  We are all here to help.  Think of Wikileaks.  What is their domain extension?  It’s .org, is it not?  We have seen Big Tech trash and silence a mass of people in bulk, by shadow banning and suspending accounts over free speech and political affiliation.  Let’s not inch closer to Communist China, where the only information you find is well contained by those that tow the line.  If this begins, it can only continue.  We all stand a much better chance fighting for our rights in the Supreme Court now than ever before.  Let us try to avoid that costly battle.

I have started two Petitions.

Stop ICANN

First Petition:  https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/return-icanns-control-over-domains-silicon-valley-back-government

The other petition is here:  https://www.thepetitionsite.com/530/892/740/return-icanns-control-over-domains-from-silicon-valley-back-to-the-government/

Please sign and share.

Source:  US hands internet control to ICANN

Source:  ICANN proposes lifting price controls on .Org, .Info domains

Source:  ICANN to Remove Price Caps on .Org Domains

The following pastebin has these articles and petitions for easy sharing:  https://pastebin.com/vawrj9X9

 

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