Boing Boing is taking its site entirely offline
Mojang's protest is more of a red-out
A number of high profile websites are going dark today, to protest the proposed U.S. government bills SOPA and PIPA
Wikipedia content can still be accessed through Google's caches
A number of high profile websites are going dark today to protest the proposed Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and PROTECT IP Act (PIPA). The bills are designed to protect intellectual property holders by toughening measures against copyright infringers. Opponents say that aspects of the bill pose grave threats to free speech and internet entrepreneurship, with some high profile webmasters claiming that the bill, if passed, would threaten the very existence of their sites despite not hosting copyright-infringing material directly. Wikipedia, Reddit and Boing Boing are among the sites effectively shutting down today.
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