Some of the Internet’s most popular websites have gone dark today in protest of two anti-piracy bills that are up for debate in Congress. The bills try to cut off access to the overseas sites by requiring U.S. seach engines and other providers to withhold their services.
Wondering why you can't get on Wikipedia or Reddit today? They've shut down in protest of the Stop Online Piracy Act on Wednesday, a bill many say would infringe on free speech rights.
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