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With a Web-wide protest on Wednesday that includes a shutdown of Wikipedia, the legislative battle over two piracy bills has reached a political coming of age.
Reddit, with over 2 billion pageviews and 35 million active users a month, is to shutter its doors on January 18th for 12 hours in protest of the SOPA...
Support in Washington for the SOPA anti-piracy bill in Congress (and its Senate equivalent, PIPA), is waning.