The Internet Defense League is a website that was launched in March 2012 with the aim of organizing future online protests of anti-piracy legislation, following the success of the anti-SOPA and PIPA protests.
How it works
First, sign up. If you have a website, we’ll send you sample alert code to get working in advance. The next time there’s an emergency, we’ll tell you and send new code. Then it’s your decision to pull the trigger.
When the internet’s in danger and we need millions of people to act, the League will ask its members to broadcast an action. (Say, a prominent message asking everyone to call their elected leaders.) With the combined reach of our websites and social networks, we can be massively more effective than any one organization.