About Fix The 26

Fix The 26 is an organization dedicated to raising awareness of the damage caused by Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act. We will work tirelessly to ensure that the law is changed in order to create a safer Internet for our children and our families.

If we do our job well, it will become much more difficult or even illegal for assisted suicide and other dangerous Internet web sites and services to operate online in the US. Our vision is based on creating a legal and regulatory environment that allows Internet and technology companies to do the right thing morally and ethically – helping to keep the Internet safe.

How We Got Started

When Kelli Wilson’s son Junior tragically took his own life, Fix The 26 was born.  Upon finding out that her son was assisted in this most horrible task by the Sanctioned Suicide website, and that such a dangerous website operates under the legal protection of Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, Kelli knew that taking decisive action to prevent this kind of tragedy in the future what she had to do. 

Where We Are To Date

Fix The 26, Inc. now exists legally as a Texas corporation. The organization has been working tirelessly to spread awareness of this problem and to gather financial and human resources required to enact the legal and regulatory changes needed to solve it.  At present our social media reach includes more than 3000 followers and group members across multiple platforms. Online petitions attached to the organization are approaching 10,000 combined signatures.  Several media outlets have interviewed Kelli, and multiple US lawmakers have been engaged and made aware of this situation.   

What Are We Doing Today?

We are working tirelessly to ensure that the world is aware that SanctionedSuicide and sites like it exist today and continue to promote suicide as a viable option to minors and vulnerable humans. We encourage public outrage at this situation, and we are hard at work to focus that outrage toward both legislative and market-based ends. 

We are engaging with elected officials at the state and national level in an effort to shape legislation that would make it illegal for sites like this to exist is the ultimate goal, We are, however, aware that this takes time and patience to achieve.  Nonetheless, this is clearly a mission worth undertaking and completing, regardless of how long or arduous that road may be.

We Need Your Help to Stop Sanctioned Suicide

Assisted suicide sites exist freely on the Internet today.

Help us fix this dangerous situation.

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