"Internet giants are considering a ‘nuclear option’ against the SOPA bill. Should they press the button internationally?
The online war against SOPA is reaching new levels. In the aftermath of the Reddit ‘Boycott Go Daddy’ campaign, now a number of Internet giants are considering their own moves in the SOPA game.
Wikipedia was the first to consider a blackout of their services, in order to demonstrate what SOPA could potentially do to any website that allowed user-generated content. Now, a number of sites including Google, Facebook, Twitter and Amazon are considering coordinated downtime on their platforms. ..."