DonAithnen (donaithnen) wrote,
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Sites Against SOPA/PIPA

If you want to protest SOPA/PIPA (and if you're reading this you're on the internet and therefore you should) Google and Wikipedia have good sources on it.

Sites i regularly go to that have completely blacked out their front page or blacked out their main content:

Wikipedia

VG Cats

xkcd

Dreamwidth (Okay, i don't go there that regularly, but i keep telling myself i should.)

Sites that had a large blacked out section or made some other obvious statement:

Google

Questionable Content

Slashdot (At least if you normally check the site multiple times a day)

Livejournal

Sites that had a banner or statement of some kind, but not positioned prominently:

Penny Arcade

Amazon

LinkedIn (On their "LinkedIn Today" page, not really on the main page.)

Firefox/Mozilla, well, they have a news post about how they're going to do it, but my quick 30 second search didn't find any of the "key Mozilla websites."

Sites that are featured on Google's infographic as having publicly opposed SOPA and PIPA but who didn't do anything obvious on their main sites today to protest it, at least not as far as i can see. (Though to be fair, i am checking rather late in the day.)

Facebook
Zynga
Twitter
AOL
Ebay
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