For sale: One French Internet, slightly sarkoed


8 Responses to “For sale: One French Internet, slightly sarkoed”

  1. Anonymous says:

    A slight correction: the New Zealand “guilty on accusation” copyright bill hasn’t been defeated at all. It’s merely been delayed for a month while the government seeks further input. There’s still a strong chance that this deeply flawed bill may be passed into law.

  2. Mattson says:

    I just like how the french internet appears represented by what seems like “The Simpsons” font!

  3. nanuq says:

    If I bought it, would I be able to charge a commission on its use? At the very least, it should entitle me to a free croissant every time I go to an internet cafe in Paris.

  4. Anonymous says:

    For the french around here:

    What to do:

    - contact your MP, preferably by phone, list of contacts here:
    - tell them to consider the voting recommendations from laquadrature:
    - tell them a lot of people will be watching them during the debate.

    more informations on the La Quadrature website:

    For the European citizens, you can help us fight the “three-strikes and you’re out” thing, and protect net neutrality:
    some instructions can be found here:

  5. pimlottc says:

    Would it be too much to ask for some description of the proposed legislation? All I get from this is that it’s about the Internet and it’s similar to something in New Zealand.

  6. Anonymous says:

    A correction on the correction in comment #6… The bill has already been passed into law (by the previous government). What has been delayed is when it will come into effect.

  7. assumetehposition says:

    What’s with the recent fad of using eBay as a protest venue? Can’t we continue with naked demonstrations instead? Those are more fun to read about.

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