[I Work For the Internet](http://iworkfortheinternet.org/) is freshly launched campaign by [Fighting For Freedom](http://fightforthefuture.org/) against harmful internet blacklist legislation, [SOPA](http://judiciary.house.gov/hearings/pdf/112%20HR%203261.pdf), making it’s way through Congress **right now**.
A coalition including the EFF, Mozilla, Creative Commons, Wikimedia, and many other organizations [have been rallying](http://americancensorship.org/supporters.html) internet users to contact Congress and expression their opposition to SOPA. Over a million emails and thousands of personal calls were sent to Congressional representatives.
**With the [I Work For the Internet](http://iworkfortheinternet.org/) petition, you can join thousands more in showing your support to stop this bill.** Here’s an I Work For the Internets t-shirt that found it’s way there. ^^
For more info on SOPA and its threat, read up on the [EFF’s excellent coverage](https://www.eff.org/issues/coica-internet-censorship-and-copyright-bill).