Sites Rage Against the SOPA Machine

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Sites like Wikipedia and Google have vowed to take new steps in opposing SOPA, the Stop Online Piracy Act, as the debate over the controversial proposed legislation continues. SOPA seeks to give new powers to law enforcement and copyright holders to fight the illicit exchange of copyrighted content online. Critics say the bill would effectively cripple the Internet and threaten free speech. Wikipedia has announced that it will black out its English-language site worldwide for 24 hours on Wednesday to show the effect SOPA could have on Web companies.

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