SOPA

Popular sites participating in SOPA Blackout

Wikipedia might be joining Reddit to form a SOPA blackout in protest of SOPA. Jimmy Wales discussing on Wikipedia:

I’m all in favor of it, and I think it would be great if we could act quickly to coordinate with Reddit. I’d like to talk to our government affairs advisor to see if they agree on this as useful timing, but assuming that’s a greenlight, I think that matching what Reddit does (but in our own way of course) per the emerging consensus on how to do it, is a good idea. But that means we need to move forward quickly on a concrete proposal and vote – we don’t have the luxury of time that we usually have, in terms of negotiating with each other for weeks about what’s exactly the best possible thing to do. As I understand it, the Foundation is talking to people about how we can geolocate and guide people to their Congressperson, etc….Our task is to decide to do it with a thumbs up / thumbs down vote.

In other SOPA news, Craigslist has joined the SOPA blackout.

Even the popular game Minecraft will go down on January 18th.

I recommend you check Reddit’s SOPA page and even this list of sites going black on 18th.

Update: SOPAStrike.com has a complete list of sites.

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Authored by Zaid Rahman on January 14, 2012 under News § Tweet Like