A new Kickstarter project hopes to print the reviled legislation on toilet paper and flush it down the tubes.
Many websites are using the day to send a message about pending Internet regulation legislation.
While Pinterest has been surprisingly silent in regards to the Stop Online Piracy Act, some users are turning their pinboards into digital protest signs.
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.
This week on Reddit, SOPA, or the Stop Online Piracy Act dominated the news.
After intense pressure from the Reddit community, Wisconsin's Paul Ryan officially came out against the controversial bill, leading some users of the social news site to declare "victory."
The social news site has led the charge against the Stop Online Piracy Act. Now the social news site is poised to take its most extreme step yet.
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.
The social news site claims "SOPA/PIPA is the perfect excuse to quit."
In a thankful message to its users, Wikipedia said as the site "went dark, you've directed your energy to protecting it."
Seán Sherlock finds no allies online.
A pretty convincing argument against the Stop Online Piracy Act told in the form of a hilarious and intentionally lo-fi animated GIF.
It may look like business as usual on Reddit now, but this past week was anything but that for the social news site.
During the South Carolina debate on Thursday, the remaining GOP presidential candidates took turns taking down the Stop Online Piracy Act.
After previously helping force GoDaddy's hand in regards to the Stop Online Piracy Act, I Can Has Cheezburger founder Ben Huh has now pledged to join Reddit in protesting the controversial bill on Jan. 18.
Here's an overview of the impressive results from the great Internet blackout of 2012.
Dan Bull is dedicating his talents to fighting SOPA.
Much like Reddit's TestPAC, the Alliance for Internet Freedom hopes to boot Lamar Smith from office come May 29.
The controversial bill grants digital property owners the ability to seek court injunctions against those hosting copyrighted material.
No clear veto promise, but a strong rejection of just about every tactic in the antipiracy proposal.