Today, our search engines went on strike. Our encyclopedia started job action and our video players took a pause. A very large chunk of the internet took part in protests today, blacking out parts of their front pages in symbolic protest against the new American anti-piracy bills, SOPA and PIPA. This blog stands in solidarity with these efforts and others like them in battle against internet censorship.

I could post a long list of the noble companies who supported the protests, but I won’t. Instead, here are a list of corporations who support SOPA, and some contact info. Please consider calling one of these toll-free numbers and letting them know what you think, at their expense.