Internet Defense League members, thank you for your support.
Though the launch of a grassroots campaign to protect the Internet is worth celebrating, there's nothing like an IRL event to feel the power of the Internet community. We had such a great time at the Internet Defense League launch parties that we thought we'd share a few highlights.
More pictures available on the event's livestream.
Thanks go out to our hosts and supporters: Mozilla, New America Foundation, Open Plans, the Participatory Politics Foundation, Craig Newmark, Matt Mullenweg, Union Square Ventures, Brad Burnham, Nick Grossman, Elizabeth Stark, and each of our donors. We couldn't have done it without you!
Though we've already launched, we have swag available to donors. Show your support!Donate now!
You'll get an IDL member card to carry around in your wallet, handy proof that you are, in fact, a superhero charged with defending the internet.
You'll get your own personal cat signal torch light. Short range, but good for striking fear into the hearts of the free internet's detractors.
You'll get an IDL t-shirt and everything above. Like the league, the t-shirts are both epic and understated.
You'll get everything above, and either a) an Internet Defense League nameplate for the door of your house or office or b) a hand-drawn illustration of you as your choice of superhero. We weren't sure which we liked better, so you pick!