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PBS NewsHour | A World Without Wikipedia: For SOPA, Websites Threaten a Midnight Blackout | PBS

Duration: 08:43
Program: PBS NewsHour #10243
Broadcast Date: Jan. 17, 2012

Beginning midnight Wednesday, some major Internet companies could go dark for 24 hours as part of an online protest against the Stop Online Piracy Act, or SOPA. Ray Suarez discusses the planned blackout with Ben Huh, the CEO of a participating company, and NBC Universal's Rick Cotton, who supports the legislation as written.

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Post Date: January 17, 2012