Via Scoop.it – internetbillboards
Although it didn’t black out any of its sites entirely, Google has joined the anti-SOPAprotest by putting up a censored version of its logo, visible only to users from the U.S.Google’s David Drummond explained the company’s views on SOPA/PIPA in an official blog post. PIPA and SOPA will censor the web, stifle innovation and hurt web businesses, says Drummond, and it won’t even help the fight against piracy.
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