Hacker and free speech activist Oxblood Ruffin shares this parody logo remix with Boing Boing, and says,
The Cult of the Dead Cow has started a global protest against Google's appeasement policy towards the PRC. Haxors are already printing up t-shirts based on this graphic, and we're getting feedback from as far away as India and Taiwan, and that's just within the past 8 hours.
Our only request is that if anyone makes any profits from this idea that they donate them to Human Rights in China.
More info here. Image: PDF Link, and large GIF link
Reader Comment: Erik R. Derr
After seeing your Boing Boing blog post about Oxblood Ruffin's parody logo of Google, I had to get some products together and order some for myself. I went ahead and set up a cafe press shop with a load of products featuring the logo, with all profits going directly to HRIC (the checks from cafe press will be mailed directly to their New York address). The store website is here.
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