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'''As a community dedicated to a free and open Internet, PortlandWiki is in solidarity with the English Wikipedia's 24-hour blackout.'''
 
'''As a community dedicated to a free and open Internet, PortlandWiki is in solidarity with the English Wikipedia's 24-hour blackout.'''
  
[[wikipedia:Main Page|Wikipedia]] joins many other websites in protest of the US House and Senate bills SOPA and PIPA. These bills could kill PortlandWiki – and any free-speech content-hosting website – due to increased liability, impractical content-screening requirements, and criminalization of commonly accepted privacy protections for users, among other threats.
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Latest revision as of 22:17, 17 January 2012

As a community dedicated to a free and open Internet, PortlandWiki is in solidarity with the English Wikipedia's 24-hour blackout.

Wikipedia joins many other websites in protest of the US House and Senate bills SOPA and PIPA. These bills could kill PortlandWiki – and any free-speech content-hosting website – due to increased liability, impractical content-screening requirements, and criminalization of commonly accepted privacy protections for people, among other threats.

Wikimedia Foundation press release SOPA and PIPA explained by the EFF discuss this notice