How far we have come. In March 2008 I started collecting links to pages that are critical of Scientology that expose their crimes and abuses. At the time there were a handful of notable sites critical of the company, but very little in the media. Most people had never heard of Scientology, and of the people who had few knew much more than Scientology's own propaganda. The StumbleUpon collection now has over 9000 links to websites critical of the Scientology corporation, including news reports, videos, blogs, forums, and personal stories and biographies of ex-members and critics. Congratulations to you Anonymous for helping to open the floodgates, making it safer for ex-members to come forward with their stories and for publications to print the facts. Despite OSA's exertions to control information on the internet, it's safe to say that their fail has been epic. If OSA could succeed at removing one link per day it would take them over 24 years to succeed, by which time there will likely be tens of thousands more for them to deal with, assuming that is that there will even be an OSA at that time. But now is no time to get complacent. Critics are keeping up the pressure to finish the fight.