Websites Protesting SOPA/PIPA – Wikipedia, Google, Mozilla etc

The blackout period is on its peak and in order to protest the Congressional consideration of SOPA, it seems that the overall web family has come under one roof.

SOPA is an indigestible act for all the web owners and for this lot of small medium and large websites have blackens their pages for as long as 24 hours to protest congressional antipiracy bills.

Let’s have a look on the list of sites which blackens their pages to protest the SOPA and PIPA. I have added a screen shot of some sites taking part in this positive cause.

Top 10 Websites Protesting SOPA/PIPA

1. Google

Google Protesting SOPA

2.Wikipedia

Wikipedia Protesting SOPA

3.Reddit

Reddit Protesting SOPA

4.Mozilla

Mozilla Protesting SOPA

5.Duckduckgo

Duckduckgo Protesting SOPA

6.Flickr

Flickr Protesting SOPA

6.Ask

Ask Protesting SOPA

7.Boingboing

Boingboing Protesting SOPA

8.Twitpic

Twitpic Protesting SOPA

9.Imgur

Imgur Protesting SOPA

10.Sopastrike

On one hand where several sites are protesting SOPA/PIPA there is a one site which is holistically working for protesting SOPA even having a domain sopastrike.com.

Sopastrike Protesting SOPA

So what’s your move?