Protest for Your Online Privacy

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In an unprecedented move, some of the most visited websites in the world are taking part in a protest against SOPA (Stop Online Piracy Act) and PIPA (Senate’s Protect intellectual Property Act). Sites involved include Wikipedia, Reddit and WordPress. Google has not gone dark, but has placed a black box over its logo with a link to more information on the opposition. Previously you were able to sign Google’s petition against these censorship bills.

For More Information, Watch This Video From FightForTheFuture.org

Webmasters – Join the Protest

To get the black out banner that you see on this site, just copy and paste this script into your own site (in the header):

<script type=”text/javascript” src=”https://js.sopablackout.org/sopablackout.js”></script>

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This act will kill many cool sites on the net. I think the Internet should stay without any censorships.

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