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While webmasters are able to support the protest on their sites, the other 99%* of netizens out there also need a way to armchair participate. For those netizens like you, we are offering browser extensions to take over a show your protest for sites across the web while being able to see the volume of other netizens also protesting your favorite sites.

Download the browser extension for your browser, tell your friends, and continue to support the Internet Occupation!

Chrome Firefox Safari

New features for Chrome and Firefox include the ability to right-click to see the number of protesters that have occupied the current page, as well as selection options to control the loudness of the protesting crowd!

Code by Greg Leuch and Theo Watson
Extensions code:
Server code:
Concept development by Theo, Jerry, Jamie, Greg, Evan and Aram.
License under MIT License

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Posted on October 21, 2011


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Force-occupy any website! “Occupy The Internet – The Service”

This is how it works:

  1. Type URL into form on or add it directly in the URL bar.
  2. Take a screenshot, upload it somewhere, and put it to our comments!
  3. Profit Share the occupied websites on twitter!

Recapitulation: More than 100 webmasters have joined the online protest and added the animated GIF army to their websites today. A Safari Extension and a Chrome Extension have been released (Major Firefox Add-on by @gleuch coming-up next)

Credits: This service is part of “Occupy The Internet”, a F.A.T. Lab Production. Collaborators:Theo, Jerry, Jamie, Greg, Evan, Aram and Tobias.
This specific part was created by Tobias and the awesome COLO

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Posted on October 20, 2011


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