Google and Wikipedia’s protesting of anti-piracy legislation resulted in a huge response from users online. Google collected over 7 million signatures for its petition against the Stop Online Piracy Act and Protect IP Act, while Wikipedia forwarded over 8 million people to their state’s representatives. Read the full article at

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