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Just as you can see Wikipedia has announced a protest against the sopa act. Hopefully it will make some consider the SOPA act. Will this affect you? Do you think it is effective? I do since I find wiki pages interesting and at times educating. I have not heard much from news stations except on newsnight (BBC) maybe they don’t want people to know?
For some that may not know...Alexa (internet Information Company) places wiki at number 6 worldwide.
Sorry for any mistakes.
EDIT- This is the article posted by them about the anti-SOPA blackout
Originally posted by Echo3Foxtrot
So...is ATS gonna black out?
I think every website should.
If you can also tweet at us at @FightForTheFTR from your official Twitter account, it will be easier for us to verify your participation. A blog post about why you are striking is great too!
Originally posted by deltaalphanovember
I just want to say congratulations to Wikipedia - they have a lot of students using their services so they are in an ideal position to force a lot of apathetic youngsters to understand what is going on beyond their blinkered world of bling and gansta rap.
In fact, if Facebook shutdown for 24 hours, a lot of them might indeed believe that 2012 is the End of the World as we know it and that the Mayans were right.