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HUGE OCCUPY WIN: City of Austin May Divest from BoA, Move All Funds to Locally-owned Credit Unions

After meeting with local Occupy Wall Street activists, the Austin City Council has unanimously passed a resolution calling for the city to explore divesting all of its funds from Wall Street banks, specifically Bank of America.

The resolution was crafted after council members met with Occupy Austin’s Bank Action Team. Its unanimous passage marks the the beginning of a serious review process in which the City of Austin will reevaluate its current banking relationships, explore divestment from Bank of America and consider banking exclusively with local credit unions.

As the resolution states, the City Manager is to make recommendations that:

…give preference to banks that support community reinvestment goals, such as the stabilization of the housing market, provision of loans to local homeowners and businesses, establishment of local branches in low-income communities, and opportunities for local employment.

Read more: http://www.dailykos.com/story/2012/03/02/1070442

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GoDaddy now requires written authorization to move domains. Report this to ICANN!

Contact ICANN here: http://www.icann.org/en/contact/

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GoDaddy supports SOPA, I’m transferring 51 domains & suggesting a move your domain day

So Godaddy.com supports SOPA. An act that will pretty much censor and shut down the internet.

I just finished writing GoDaddy a letter stating why I’m moving my small businesses 51 domains away from them, as well as my personal domains. I also pointed out that I transferred over 300 domains to them as a director of IT for a major American company.

I’m suggesting Dec 29th as move your domain away from GoDaddy day because of their support of SOPA. Who’s with me?

Read more:
http://www.reddit.com/r/politics/comments/nmnie/godaddy_supports_sopa

Godaddy’s support of SOPA:
http://www.thedomains.com/2011/11/15/here-is-godaddys-statement

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