Websites to Protest Legislation Tomorrow

Th Internet is going to be in a very interesting state tomorrow. In regards to the Stop Online Privacy Act (SOPA) and the Protect IP Act (PIPA), sometimes referred to as “The Great Firewall of America,” some the of biggest sites out there are planning some form of protest. Many web sites, including Wikipedia, reddit, and Mozilla, will be blacking out access and providing information on how to contact members of Congress. And even though it will still be available, Google will be adding a link to their home page addressing their opposition to the legislation. To learn more about why the Internet seems to be making a really big deal out of this, check out this explanation.

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