So I am honestly less worried about bullshit legislation, hell what was so surprising about that? What bothered me is how successful the blackout was, in one day they fucked up everything and sent powerful Washington legislators whimpering with their tails between their legs in droves. In one fucking day. Before you start sucking your cocks think about what really drove that: Firefox, facebook, google, and wikipedia. Tumbler and Redit, meehhhh some effect but not that much. How many of the little lemmings actually looked at what those bills did? how many of you did? Did it really matter what the bills said? What we now have is a small group of internet corporations who now have unilateral control over access to information, which in today's world is more powerful than a monopoly on oil, water, and food combined. All of them rely entirely on a few set unjust laws that have no grasp of technological reality past the 1800's. I'm curious, anyone have any ideas on how to try and keep the internets property free? Best I can think of is decentralize it and bring a slice of those hundreds of billions to your home turf.