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Mozilla?s Anti-SOPA Message Reached 40 Million People

 Mozilla?s Anti SOPA Message Reached 40 Million PeopleBy blacking out the default Firefox start page and using social media, Mozilla reached 40 million people with its anti-SOPA/PIPA message. According to a stats wrap-up just posted to the Mozilla blog, 30 million people in the US saw the start page’s call to action, 1.8 million visited its mozilla.org/SOPA info page, and the effort generated 360,000 emails to Congress. Here’s how it stacked up against the impact of Google and Wikimedia’s protests:

Source: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Techcrunch/~3/7nOuidRY768/

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