Petition against disconnecting filesharers is 19th most popular

The petition on the Number 10 website against disconnecting filesharers is now the 19th most popular in terms of total signatures.

As I write it now has 8889 signatures, with 8000 people signing it over the last few days, since the Digital Economy Bill was announced.

If you’ve not already signed, do so. Unless of course you want to have your net access cut off on the say-so of the music industry.

(via glynwintle on Twitter)

UPDATE 2009-Nov-24 06:16: The petition now has 15,233 signatures, having gained over 6,000 in a day. It’s now the 12th most popular. Let’s make it the most popular — then politicians will realise this is a vote loser.

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4 Responses to Petition against disconnecting filesharers is 19th most popular

  1. George Carty says:

    UPDATE 2009-Nov-24 20:50: The petition now has 21,768 signatures and is the 7th most popular…

  2. ahdkaw says:

    The petition now has 22,733 signatures and is the 6th most popular.

    Also, a little further down the list a live music performance petition worth signing. http://petitions.number10.gov.uk/livemusicevents/

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