Anonymous and other various Internet freedom groups are calling on people to boycott the corporate media for the entire month of March 2012 in efforts to affect the bottom line of organizations calling for the imposition of The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement. ACTA will profoundly restrict the fundamental rights, freedom of expression and communication privacy of Internet users the world over.
For those of you who intend to participate in the boycott, there is plenty of public domain and Creative Commons licensed media that, for now, is freely available for you to download and enjoy, enough for the entire month of March.
The following is by no means an exhaustive list of sources to help you remain entertained while participating in the Black March Boycotts.
- Internet Archive: Moving Images
- Creative Commons Video Section
- The Open Video Project
- Public Domain Comedy Video
- Public Domain Torrents
- Wikipedia list of films in the Public Domain
Audio / Music / Sound
- Internet Archive: Audio
- Creative Commons Audio Section
- Free Music Archive
- Public Domain Sounds
- LibriVox (Public Domain Audio Books)
Text / Books / Magazines / Literature
- Internet Archive: Books & Text
- Project Guteberg
- Creative Commons Books Section
- Internet Public Library
- Baen Free Library
- The University of Oxford Text Archive
Please dig in, re-view some classics and enjoy our open media heritage, while it remains free and open, and feel free to post your suggestions of Black March safe media.
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