Petition to The Walt Disney Company, Walt Disney, Bob Iger, Lance Priebe
Save Club Penguin!
Club Penguin has been a household game since 2005. Millions of kids experienced this great game and it caused memories that will last a lifetime. Today, January 30th, a terrible news has struck. Club Penguin has been slated to shut down. Seeing this news has caused many people to be heartbroken. All the fun, amazing, and incomparable experiences that millions of us prior and current kids once enjoyed are now impossible to once again achieve to a future generation of kids. Club Penguin is being replaced by a mobile app called "Club Penguin Island". While it is true that the mobile industry is growing, the PC industry is still going strong. People want to continue to play the original great game that was once introduced to us on October 24th, 2005. It is obvious that the popularity of the PC version declined, but that is not simply because the mobile market has grown. It is because the desktop version has lost what it made it so great in the first place: love. The amazing parties every weekend, the new exciting unique items, the new missions we could encounter, and the great mysteries that surrounded the island. That is what created the greatest children's game of all time! An amazing experience. This is something Lance Priebe, Lane Merrifield and Dave Krysko once envisioned, and executed greatly. Disney was a great help by delivering Club Penguin's amazing experiences around the world. However as the years progressed, the originality disappeared from parties and clothes and the parties became sponsored and recycled. We love the idea that Club Penguin is coming to mobile, as most games do, but the desktop version is what started it all. The base. The desktop version was the perfect creation, which at one time was the most popular kid's game of all time. It was like that for a reason. The vision that was once placed into Club Penguin simply isn't there anymore; That doesn't mean it should be left in the dust! The Club Penguin desktop version is a formula for success, and it can be successful once again if executed properly. What we propose today is a voice that will STRIVE to continue Club Penguin on the desktop platform. We ask Disney to either reconsider their decision and keep Club Penguin on the desktop while giving us the brand new app, or we request that Disney passes the desktop version to another company who will still sees the value in the PC gaming platform. Even better, return it to its original owner, Lance Priebe, if he is willing to accept it. Many of us have moved on from Club Penguin, but the experiences and memories we grasped from that game is something that no other game can come close to challenge. We want these same experiences and memories to be experienced by kids today and in the future. This is something we are willing to fight for, and none of us will let up.
Petition to FCC, United States Supreme Court, Federal Trade Commission, Ajit Pai
Protect Net Neutrality from the Trump Administration
The internet has helped to boost the economy, create an amazing tool for educators, and provides an outlet for communication with people all over the world. However, the simple policy that keeps the internet a strangely level-playing field (and the internet itself) is under fire from both the Trump administration and service providers like Comcast, AT&T, and Verizon. Sign this petition to call on the FCC to protect net neutrality under the Trump administration. Net neutrality regulations are set to stop ISPs like the big cable and phone companies from favoring/crippling certain websites and services for their own benefit and monetary gain. These rulings could be reversed as Republicans look to deregulate private industries. As a junior in high school, I can appreciate the need to be able to complete homework, communicate, and access streaming media like Netflix without an ISP slowing down my traffic. In the 21st century, internet is like running water, electricity, or transportation. Those without neutral access to it are at a major disadvantage. If net neutrality goes away, the internet will become distorted, and your access to certain content will be based upon your ISP's financial interests and what you're willing to pay, like cable television, hurting the consumer. Let's stop the telecom lobbyists who buy their influence, and the private companies who already control so much of our media before it is too late.
Petition to The Walt Disney Company, Robert Iger
Bring Pixie Hollow Back
Sign the official petition to bring back Pixie Hollow Online and give the future a game that brought so many people together even after the closing. PH closed on September 19th, 2013, it upset a lot of people and we feel it's time to take action and bring back a game that changed so many lives and created connections worldwide. The ultimate goal is 15,000 signatures
Petition to Facebook
Keep WhatsApp working on Blackberry 10 devices
Millions on people are relying daily on BlackBerry devices. These are among the most popular devices in large countries such as Nigeria or Indonesia. It would be a big pain for millions of user to be literally blacked out from the WhatsApp Network. I ask WhatsApp and ultimately Facebook, its owner, to reconsider its decision to shut down support for Blackberry 10 devices as it is currently planned for December 2017. While it might seem like a tall order, it is interesting to note that similar petitions have lead Big Internet giants to review their plans. For instance, in 2013 Microsoft cancelled its plan to shutdown Skype Desktop API with "only" 1500 supporters. https://www.change.org/p/skype-provi...-skype-s-users That is to say, your signature can make a big difference and prevent dozen of milions of users from becoming social outcasts ;) Thanks for your contribution. It is much appreciated!
Petition to Deviantart, RODRIGO DUTERTE, Senate of the Philippines, United Nations, António Guterres, Angelo Sotira, UNICEF, Jerry Brown, Eric Garcetti, Pope Francis, International Criminal Court, Bill Gates, Vatican City, Wix.com, Mark Tluszcz, Avishi Abrahami, Anonymous
Justice for MatthewJabezNazarioA!!!
HELP ME!!! I'm being cyberbullied everyday by calling me a pedo and gay! I can't let this thing happen! I NEED YOUR HELP!!! DeviantART is NOT the place where cyberbullying gets much more frequent, like my account, MatthewJabezNazarioA! I need your help! Please sign a petition and save my account! HURRY!!! BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE!!! And don't forget to tell Angelo Sotira that I'm being humiliated and lied to by my haters! Please, sign this petition, do a heart, and do care for my account. Thank you. --Matthew Jabez P. Nazario (aka MatthewJabezNazarioA)
Petition to Amy Beth Cook
Refocus the Student Internet Censorship
We, as students, write to you today on the premise of discriminatory censorship of the websites in the Lake Stevens School District. Although students in the school district range in ages, the censorship of school-accessible websites show a clear bias towards conservative philosophies. And while we as students, in a blue state, are willing to accept the fate of having highly conservative administrators, we ask that those same administrators give students the same level of respect by allowing people from all political backgrounds express their safe opinions and values, not just the ones shared by their administrators. WEBSITES THAT NEED TO BE BLOCKED: https://www.unskkkk.com/ http://traditionalistamericanknights.com/ http://www.texasrebelknightskkk.com/ http://ikcukkkk.webs.com/ http://www.theuka.us/ http://www.landoverbaptist.org/ http://ou7zytv3h2yaosqq.onion/ < ISIS website http://www.churchofsatan.com/ https://thesatanictemple.com/ WEBSITES THAT NEED TO BE UNBLOCKED https://www.glsen.org/ https://www.nycpride.org/ https://www.prochoice.org/ http://www.cgmc.com/ http://www.gayneworleans.com/ http://www.everettmasjid.org/ http://www.bilalislamiccenter.com/ http://www.icomwa.com/
Petition to Congress, Federal Trade Commission
Introducing the Right to Remove Personal Information from Search Engines in the U.S.
Petition to Kennesaw State University Information Technology Services, KSU Marietta, KSU, Sam Olens
Improve Internet Speeds at KSU (Kennesaw and Marietta)
A Slow Network in a Fast-Moving World If you go around and ask any student on campus, they will tell you that the Internet speeds on campus at Kennesaw State University are horrendous right now. I live on the Marietta campus, and each day I encounter download speeds around 5-6Mbps (when the traffic on the network is low), and many times downloads will show speeds of mere Kbps. For a technical school, this is infuriating. Whether it be for instructional files, videos, or personal use, this network connection cannot suffice. Videos buffer, streams stutter, files take an eternity to download... it's just awful. When running a network speed test, you'll notice ping is excellent, as well as upload speed, but it becomes blatantly obvious that download speeds are being excessively throttled. Nowadays, students most definitely have more than one device that utilizes WiFi, so this is a great hindrance. I've been told by many that the speeds on the Marietta campus used to be great, until recent years. If this university is going to improve and grow, the network has to grow with it. Hopefully this plead can be answered. If the network speeds were improved, this would not only improve browsing speeds, but this could open up opportunities to video chat professors or peers about assignments/subjects, allow for study videos to be watched uninterrupted, and much more. Net Neutrality: "Net neutrality is the principle that all Internet traffic should be treated equally. It guarantees a level playing field for all Web sites and Internet technologies. With Net Neutrality, the network's only job is to move data—not to choose which data to privilege with higher quality service. Adopted on February 26, 2015, the Federal Communication Commission's Open Internet rules are designed to protect free expression and innovation on the Internet and promote investment in the nation's broadband networks. The Open Internet rules are grounded in the strongest possible legal foundation by relying on multiple sources of authority, including: Title II of the Communications Act and Section 706 of the Telecommunications Act of 1996. The new rules apply to both fixed and mobile broadband service. Bright Line Rules: No Blocking: broadband providers may not block access to legal content, applications, services, or non-harmful devices.No Throttling: broadband providers may not impair or degrade lawful Internet traffic on the basis of content, applications, services, or non-harmful devices.No Paid Prioritization: broadband providers may not favor some lawful Internet traffic over other lawful traffic in exchange for consideration of any kind—in other words, no "fast lanes." This rule also bans ISPs from prioritizing content and services of their affiliates." Thank you for listening. Sincerely, Evan Welch