The important thing here is after complying with cease and desist letters, social news site digg.com removed a popular entry from their listings, that one act of censorship cause a wave of stories to be resubmitted into digg, numbering 'in the thousands'. nearly crashing the website.
here is a prime example of our power people!!!
SPEAK OUT! CREATE THE UNIQUE VOICE THAT THEY TRY TO SILENCE
DVD DRM row sparks user rebellion
The row centred on a 'cease and desist' letter sent by the body that oversees the digital rights management technology on high-definition DVDs.
It requested that blogs and websites removed details of a software key that breaks the encryption on HD-DVDs.
The removal of the information from community news website Digg was a step too far for its fans.
As quickly as stories relating to the issue were removed, they were re-submitted in their thousands, in an act described by one user as a "21st century revolt".
The site collapsed under the weight of the attack at one point.