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  1. Notes: 9 / 2 years ago 
    The way the laws are being made these days… Is anyone paying attention?

    The way the laws are being made these days… Is anyone paying attention?

     
  2. Notes: 14 / 2 years ago 
    A Sofa Killed Wikipedia
Effective black out was effective. Newbs have all been alerted.

    A Sofa Killed Wikipedia

    Effective black out was effective. Newbs have all been alerted.

     
  3. Notes: 7 / 2 years ago 
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  4. Notes: 76 / 2 years ago  from stumblers2tumblrs (originally from anticapitalist)
    Crier's Board: How to black out your blog

    Earlier this week, Reddit.com announced that they would be blacking out their site on January 18th. Likewise, many of us should take similar action versus this bill. The damage it would cause to our internet infrastructure would be irreparable. What we propose is a simple, but effective message for any webmasters to use on their site on this date.

    How to use

    The following will present a blackout banner when users visit your site, which can be circumvented by clicking anywhere:

    <script type=”text/javascript” src=”//js.sopablackout.org/sopablackout.js”></script>

    The following will blackout an element of a specific id:

    <script type=”text/javascript”>sopablackout_id = ‘sopa’;</script>
    <script type=”text/javascript” src=”//js.sopablackout.org/sopablackout.js”></script>

    Other advanced variables:

    sopablackout_srsbzns = true; // Disables the click through
    sopablackout_on = [2012, 1, 18]; // Fire only on this local date


    Wordpress Plugin

    Sasha Gerrand kindly created a wordpress plugin to easily implement this. Check it out on github.

    (Source: sopablackout.org)

  5. Notes: 33 / 2 years ago  from iheartchaos

    Architect of SOPA finally starting to back down a little, more major websites joining the protest

    iheartchaos:

    Not sure if it has anything to do with it, but now with much of the internet digging in for a real battle, the architect of the legislation, Texas congressman Lamar Smith has started to back down and redo some of the language in the bill, specifically the part about DNS blocking.

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