I have developed the "FREE-THE-INTERNET" project to support and contribute to the worldwide movement against online censorship, like ACTA, SOPA or PIPA. I have noticed that the protests mostly take place online. The original idea was to "censor" things outside the online world - to provoke the public in the real world and to show how censorship can affect our everyday lives.
Curious people can scan the QR Code and they will be forwarded to the official website " www.free-the-internet.com " that I have created. Beside general information about online censorship, people can download template stickers, that they can print at home and start pasting, glueing them.
Different sizes are available, from small ones 30cm long- which perfectly fit on double-faced adhesive tape to large ones which are 2m long. People are also encouraged to take pictures of the "censored" things in various cities and upload them to the gallery, as this is a worldwide protest and movement.
We already have pictures from Prague, Berlin and Munich and there are more to come. Besides people can also "censor" their" Facebook profile - which can also be downloaded on the website.
To support the project please visit: www.free-the-internet.com or join / like our group on http://www.facebook.com/pages/Fight-ACTA-Free-The-Internetcom/332265313463693.