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Fark goes white to "support" SOPA

The social news site claims "SOPA/PIPA is the perfect excuse to quit." 

Italy's own SOPA is coming, and it could be disastrous

Italian opposition has until the end of the month to stop their government from going on a copyright witch hunt. It's SOPA, with Italian seasoning.

Upvote: This week on Reddit, SOPA dominated the news

This week on Reddit, SOPA, or the Stop Online Piracy Act dominated the news. 

Did the retaliatory Anonymous hack hurt SOPA protests?

Many media outlets speculated that the revenge hack by Anonymous in response to the feds taking down Megaupload will hurt SOPA protests. Will they?

SOPA coalition meets to plan round 2

Representatives from the MPAA, the RIAA, and other supporters of controversial copyright bill SOPA are gathering today in Sun Valley, Idaho to discuss their next steps. Also in attendance: Google's Sergey Brin, who opposed the bill.

New study stokes fears of a second SOPA

Would SOPA have protected the American economy? It's an easy conclusion to draw from a new Chamber of Commerce report, which claims intellectual property is tightly connected to nearly half of all jobs in the United States.

YouTube right now! Nerdcore rapper fights SOPA one rap at a time

Dan Bull is dedicating his talents to fighting SOPA.

What are SOPA, PIPA, and OPEN? An explainer of all the bills enraging the Internet

A primer for those wondering what the difference between SOPA, PIPA, and OPEN are—and how they might affect your life.

New app makes boycotting pro-SOPA companies easy

Want to know if a pro-SOPA company made the product you want to buy? With this android app, just scan the barcode.

How to stop SOPA on Twitter

You have the app. Now learn how to use your Twitter profile picture to fight against the Stop Online Piracy Act. 

Al Gore denounces SOPA

Former U.S. Vice President Al Gore says the Stop Online Piracy Act threatens "the vibrancy and freedom of the Internet."

GOP candidates denounce SOPA

During the South Carolina debate on Thursday, the remaining GOP presidential candidates took turns taking down the Stop Online Piracy Act. 

Anonymous hacks SOPA supporters

Along with uploading a new video, the hactivist collective released the personal data of the chief executive of Time Warner and the majority owner of Viacom, both of whom were major proponents of the Stop Online Piracy Act. 

How to protest SOPA on the Web

Here's a quick round-up of all the different ways to possibly black-out your blog, website, or Twitter profile in opposition to the Stop Online Piracy Act. 

Judging the success of SOPA protests—by the numbers

Here's an overview of the impressive results from the great Internet blackout of 2012. 

SOPA postponed indefinitely, but PIPA still lingers

While Majority Leader Eric Cantor has promised that the House will not vote on the Stop Online Piract Act, Reddit has pledged to continue its 12-hour protest on Wednesday, due to the threateningl nature of the still-active Protect IT Act. 

The Pirate Bay weighs in on SOPA

An official statement released by The Pirate Bay has redditors, in particular, questioning the current state of the entertainment industry. 

MPAA chief says SOPA and PIPA "are dead; they're not coming back"

Chris Dodd, CEO of the Motion Picture Association of America, says the controversial anti-piracy bills SOPA and PIPA are gone for good. The MPAA's next plan for fighting pirates has yet to be revealed.

Pin it black: Pinterest's unique SOPA protest

While Pinterest has been surprisingly silent in regards to the Stop Online Piracy Act, some users are turning their pinboards into digital protest signs.

YouTubers demonstrate the potential effects of SOPA

Instead of simply going dark, some YouTube users are finding ways to creatively protest the Stop Online Piracy Act. 

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