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Wikipedia, Google blackout sites to protest SOPA

There are 1 comment on the CNET News.com story from Jan 17, 2012, titled Wikipedia, Google blackout sites to protest SOPA. In it, CNET News.com reports that:

Three of the Internet's most popular destinations -- Google, Wikipedia, and Craigslist -- launched an audacious experiment in political activism this evening by urging their users to protest a pair of Hollywood-backed copyright laws.

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Darth Sidious

Cicero, IL

#1 Jan 18, 2012
In order to ensure the safety of our country, the American Republic will be re-organized into the first official nationwide totalitarian dictatorship! For a safe and secure society!

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