The "We The People" section of the White House's official web site features a petition asking the Obama Administration to veto SOPA and any future bills that threaten to "diminish the free flow of information" on the Internet. From the text of the petition:
"It would be ridiculous for an ISP to block the entire whitehouse.gov domain on court order because a single user posted a link. It is difficult for any web administrator to know which links to copyrighted material are done with permission. This will kill the free flow of information and conversation on the internet.
SOPA is too blunt. Please veto."
The petition also features an infograph that has been making the rounds that shows possible effects from SOPA and Protect IP – http://i.imgur.com/TD4Kq.jpg.
So far the petition has 20,453 signatures, with a goal of reaching 25,000 by January 17. That's a little over 4,000 more signatures to reach its goal. You can get involved by visiting whitehouse.gov.
Thanks to Ephriam Zachary Knight via Facebook.