For Giving Tuesday, help #KeepItOn
Tomorrow is the last day you can buy a
limited edition “Error 404” bath bomb to fight
internet shutdowns! It's sparkling gold on the outside, blue
on the inside, and a fizzy disruption fighter. For just $7
you can own one -- and you'll be supporting digital rights
activists all over the globe. (If you're outside North
America, you'll be able to get one through December 7, or
until they sell
On December 5th, leaders of the world's governments and hundreds of representatives of civil society and the tech sector will meet in Mexico to discuss the future of the internet. We're going to be there calling on them to put an end to internet shutdowns. Will you join us?
So far in 2016, we’ve seen over 50 internet shutdowns around the world. That’s more than double the number we recorded last year. This trend has impacted millions of people, cost the global economy billions of dollars, and is a deeply serious violation of human rights that cannot be ignored.
Here’s what you can do about it:
On December 5th, Access Now will deliver your signature to global leaders at the Internet Governance Forum in Guadalejara, Mexico, where officials are gathering to discuss the future of the internet. Make sure your voice is heard!
Starting Friday, the sale of these super fun bath products will help support the #KeepItOn campaign and local partners fighting internet shutdowns around the world. (Bonus: It has a secret message inside!) The Black Friday promotion will be featured on Lush.com and in hundreds of stores across 40 countries. It’s aimed at raising awareness about internet shutdowns and encouraging more people to sign the #KeepItOn petition.
Spread the word! Share this video with your online communities to help build the movement fighting to #KeepItOn.
Stopping internet shutdowns is a massive fight.
But thanks to committed people like you, it’s a fight we
can win. Take action now to help