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Back In Black – S92A

Written by: 18 February 2009 4 Comments


This week is a crucial week for the Creative Freedom Foundation and New Zealand. With February 28th — and Section 92A — only 11 days away NOW is the time to let the Government know that thousands of New Zealanders are against S92A.

To make sure that happens, CFF have launched week-long Internet Blackout campaign against Guilt Upon Accusation laws in NZ. The blackout movement, taking place from 16-23 February, is rapidly growing with thousands of people in New Zealand modifying their websites, blogs, FaceBook, MySpace, Twitter and Bebo accounts to show their opposition to the law.

In this issue:
* Welcome to Internet Blackout week

* Copywrong Song: Remix Challenge and open call for track contributions

* Public Demonstration

Read the newsletter here:http://creativefreedom.org.nz/story.html?id=119

What is S92A?

Read about it here as well as on the CreativeFreedom site (please note articles contain loads of links for more opinion and ‘fact’:

Public Address



Oh this is the 100th post on the Finger, ain’t we just the hairy banana


Update: The Guardian (UK) gets in on the act


  • The Ninja said:

    Completely ridiculous legislation

    My twitter contact list in almost entirely blacked out

  • Mick said:

    no idea what twitter is but think this legislation sucks and i hope police and court time isn’t taken up policing this over things that matter.

  • Bob Daktari said:

    twitter a inane means to keep your followers in touch with whatever you care to share

    my work twitter is here http://twitter.com/amplifying

    I don’t have much to share

    the legislation is of course arse… but then I do believe copywrite is to – in its present state


  • The Ninja said:

    and I’m over here http://twitter.com/paulninja

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