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Reddit Turning SOPA "Blackout" Into a "Learn-In" 241

Posted by samzenpus
from the in-today's-sopa-news dept.
bdking writes "Reddit's planned 12-hour 'blackout' on January 18 sounds like an ineffectual, if not self-defeating, strategy for opposing the Stop Online Piracy Act. But the social news site actually will use that time not to 'go dark,' but to educate visitors about the ramifications of the House legislation that many fear will lead to widespread shutdowns of Internet sites."
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Reddit Turning SOPA "Blackout" Into a "Learn-In"

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