Below are the links to seven petitions from seven writers, a Huffington Post article and Care 2 blog regarding the unfortunate changes at change, each advocating for change.org to become more transparent and treat its members with respect. There were more such petitions, but those writers gave up hope, as it takes polite patience, networking and persistence to beat “City Hall.”
But, this job has become harder since change.org started “suggesting” a few days ago that members use their favored browsers, Google Chrome, Safari and Firefox. Actually, unless you find a back door way to get on, as I have, this is more like a requirement to get on this one percenter site than a suggestion! I wonder how much these browsers’ companies paid for change.org to do this? Everything seems to be of for sale to the corporate dark side at change.org!
Please sign and share the petitions and comment on the blogs so we have a chance of defeating the dark side!
Power to the peons aka the 99%!
And, here are the links to the Huffington Post article and Care2 blog:
THESE COULD USE MORE SIGNS--TY