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One Dark Web: How Sites Are Responding to SOPA One Dark Web: How Sites Are Responding to SOPA

One Dark Web: How Sites Are Responding to SOPA

by Julie Ma, Mackenzie Beer
January 20, 2012


Wikipedia is undeniably the biggest story of today's internet protest against SOPA, but dozens of other sites are publicly opposing the bill as well—from full-on blackouts to special graphics, banners, and popups. Here at GOOD, we elected to protest through articles and our nifty pop-up graphic. Check out what other websites are doing for the day of action against SOPA, and please suggest others on Twitter or in the comments; we'll update the list later today.

Blackout:

Age of Coins

Boing Boing

Craigslist

Greenpeace

Imgur

Minecraft

MoveOn

Mozilla

Reddit

Wikipedia

Wordpress (individual blogs can still be accessed)

Partially Censored:

ICanHasCheezburger?

Metafilter

Tumblr

Vimeo

Wired

Special Banner:

Buzzfeed

Creative Commons

Google 

Scridb

Twitpic

User Option:

Flickr 

College blogs:

MIT Admissions Blog 

Harvard Law Blogs: here, here, here

Middlebury College

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