List of Websites to Have ‘Gone Dark’ in Protest to SOPA
As the oligarchs continue to push their hellish plan to turn the Internet in to a Chinese style, big brother control grid, many big names in the tech industry have told the government to shove it. Wikipedia among many other sites is one such group.
For now, SOPA has been shelved. Nevertheless, talks of the bill being revived in full force come February are evident. For major websites such as Wikipedia and Craigslist to have shut down for one whole day shows the enormous scope of tyranny that bills like SOPA and PIPA truly possess.
The three most major websites to go ‘dark’ on this day of protest are, as mentioned prior, Wikipedia, Craigslist, and Google. Actually, Google isn’t going dark but it has certainly voiced its collective dissent as a company by placing a black sticker over its logo.
As of now, here is a list of sites which have formally gone dark.
- Tor Project
- iSchool at Syracuse University
- icanhazCheezburger Network
- Good Old Games
- Free Press
- XDA Developers
Free people around the world must oppose Internet censorship legislation as the web has become the foremost of tools in our plight against those who would set up a tyrannical world government over which they and their progeny would rule.
SOPA is undoubtedly a reactionary mechanism to the massive protests which are being staged all over the world via social media. Occupy Wall Street had its start online after all. In a world where SOPA were enforced, it would’ve been impossible for such groups to have emerged in the first place- and this is precisely the intent of the ruling elite who feel absolutely threatened by humanity’s awakening.