The Internet Goes Dark Against SOPA

By January 18, 2012 One Comment

You may have noticed it when you started up Firefox today. Or maybe you tried to find something on Wikipedia. In either case, you were probably greeted by a much darker page than you were used to. I would link this to the Wikipedia article all about SOPA, but, well, that wouldn’t work out very well. Check out for more of a run down of whats going on.

From Google’s blacked out logo, to, today could be a long day if you are hoping to look something up, and find yourself greeted with a protest instead. If you are interested in joining the protest today, WordPress has a list of plugins you can add to your site to send a message.

Alex Chousmith

Alex has been building with Ninthlink since '06, and a San Diegan since the turn of the century. A background of Mathematics – Computer Science / Interdisciplinary Computing & Arts from UCSD, plus Drupal / WordPress / jQuery / CSS3 / HTML5 / bass guitar / homebrew skill, powers him to get the job done, no matter what.

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