Anti-Fast Track mobilization to be extended after more than half a million people take action

BOSTON, Massachusetts, USA — Wednesday, February 5th, 2014 —
Yesterday, a diverse network of organizations opposing Fast Track
legislation, including the Free Software Foundation, announced
they are extending their ten days of activism following massive
and widespread public action. Since its inception on January
22nd, more than a hundred new groups have joined the effort at, including Coalition for a Prosperous
America, Ben & Jerry’s, SumOfUs, Democracy for America, Friends
of the Earth, Namecheap, and CREDO — adding to an already
impressive, and unlikely, list of groups like reddit, Sierra
Club, AFL-CIO, MoveOn, LabelGMOs, and Fight for the Future.
Source: Free Software