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Honorary SOPA/PIPA post

18 Jan

Bearded man in a coffee shop with a black censor box over eyes that says

If you’ve visited Wikipedia or Google today, you’ve probably noticed that things look a little different than usual.  Many popular websites are holding “blackouts” in protest of current legislation in the U.S. chambers of Congress that would effectively censor the internet.

Bearded man in a coffee shop with a black censor box over eyes that says "STOP SOPA"

Just in case you’re looking for more information on the SOPA and PIPA legislation, I want to share my partner’s recent post on the subject.  Nate’s blog post “For #SOPA Blackout day: a challenge to make things better” not only describes the issue at hand but recommends an alternative course that we could and should take instead.  I highly recommend that you check it out.

Here’s to a censorship-free internet!