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January 18 captured: A SOPA blackout gallery

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I'll be updating this post throughout the day with more images of sites that have joined the SOPA blackout. Leave a comment with any site you'd like to be added to the gallery, which will remain here after the blackout is over. Also note that these are "above the fold" screencaps--if you have full-page captures, please feel free to send them, and I will try to get as many of those myself as possible by the end of the day.

Click an image to see a larger version. And if you've been here before, you might want to head on to page 2 of the gallery.

 

Wikipedia

 

Google


Links to Google's End Piracy, Not Liberty page

 

DC Craigslist

 

Several sites are using this spotlight overlay, created by Zachary Johnson in Cyberspace (Zachstronaut) and released on Github, LibreOffice, Michael Moore, Postsecret and Greenpeace

 

Flickr is allowing each user to put the following blackout image over 10 of their pictures:

 

Wordpress.com

 

Wordpress.org

The following image is from WordPress.org. WordPress also made it easy for its hosted bloggers to participate. Their sites look similar to this screen, but with the individual blog's name replacing "WORDPRESS.ORG."

 

XKCD

 

Questionable Content

 

The Oatmeal

 

Reddit

 

Board Game Geek

 

Anonymous

 

Buzzfeed

 

Twitpic

(logo change only)

 

Ars Technica

 

Minecraft

 

Boing Boing

 

Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF)

 

Fark

 

O'Reilly Media

 

Mozilla

 

Free Software Foundation and GNU.org sites

 

Paul Scott

 

Nearly Free Speech

 

OSO Labs

 

Fedora Project

 

nwLinux



SecurityKISS

 

Backwoods Home

 

Rackspace

 

Metal Archives

 

Girls with Slingshots

 

Nedroid

 

Something Positive

 

Fresh Ports

 

Tor

 

MoveOn

 

Creative Commons

 

Steve Jackson Games

 

MAKE, CRAFT, and MakerShed

 

 AdaFruit


 

Arduino

 

XDA Developers

 

InnWIKItion and Socialistes d'Albal

 

Network1.net

 

DistroWatch

 

I Can Has Cheezburger

 

WIRED

 

Internet Archive

 

OpenCongress

 

Tucows

 

Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab

 

The Real Paul Jones

 

Daniel Solis

 

NameCheap

 

DotSub

 

TechCrunch

 

Identi.ca

 

2600


2600 has sliding text. The full content reads:

2600 is unavailable. We've joined a 24 hour darkness campaign in protest of bills like SOPA and PIPA. Such bills could make sites like ours permanently dark. You may have heard that the battle is won, that SOPA and PIPA have no chance of passage. Don't be misled.

Your actions and awareness have already made a HUGE difference, but bills like these will always be around in every corner of the globe, waiting for the net community to let down its guard.

This show of solidarity is only one way to demonstrate our power and the willingness of people to stand together. Thanks for being a part of it by reading. Please learn more at this site. To join the protest, visit here. To contact your elected representative, go to https://blacklists.eff.org

 

A Day Without Takei

 

Free Internet Press

 

Red 5 Studios

 

Major League Gaming

 

Peter Gabriel, Real World Studios, and related sites

 

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Ruth Suehle - Ruth Suehle is the community leadership manager for Red Hat's Open Source and Standards team. She's co-author of Raspberry Pi Hacks (O'Reilly, December 2013) and a senior editor at GeekMom, a site for those who find their joy in both geekery and