16 Websites Protesting SOPA Today

 
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    January 18, 2012 at 12:01 pm

    You may have already noticed that some of your favorite websites look different today. Some of them just put black bars over certain things on their homepages, and some of them have replaced their entire site with a message regarding the SOPA legislation that will be passing through Congress soon (click here to get your brain all smarted up about SOPA). These sixteen sites are a decent showing, but if the internet really wanted to pound the message home, we would’ve gotten Facebook and Twitter onboard with the blackout as well. Can you even imagine what people would do if Twitter went down for a whole day? Riots in the streets! Burn all the buildings! Steal everyone’s babies! Anyway, here are 16 sites who went on a full (or negligible) blackout to protest the SOPA legislation:

    Buzzfeed

    buzzfeed sopa

     

    Pirate Bay

    pirate bay sopa

    Craigslist

    sopa

    TwitPic

    twitpic sopa

    The Oatmeal

    the oatmeal sopa

    Tumblr

    tumblr sopa

    WordPress

    wordpress sopa

    Xkcd

    xkcd sopa

    BoingBoing

    boingboing sopa

    PostSecret

    postsecret sopa

    Huffington Post

    huffington post sopa

    FlavorPill

    flavorpill sopa

    Minecraft

    minecraft sopa

    Wikipedia

    wikipedia sopa

    Reddit

    reddit sopa

    Google

    google sopa

     
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