What was your day like when Wikipedia blacked out to protest the perceived censorship in the Stop Online Piracy Act? When met with the "censored" page where an encyclopedia entry should be, did you suffer from temporary Wiki-withdrawal? Are you surprised just how often you end up using the site for basic or even more advanced research? I spent my Tuesday afternoon wildly printing up SOPA-related documents from the Wikipedia site before the Great Internet Blackout of 2012 began in earnest. (I should add that the Senate's version of the bill, the Protect IP Act or PIPA, seems to have been ... [MORE]
The Great Web Blackout of 2012
Law Technology News
January 19, 2012
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