SOPA Blackout Day By The Numbers [Infographic]

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Frugal Dad has put out an infographic breaking down SOPA blackout day (January 18) by the numbers.

“The Wikipedia blackout was seen by 160 million people – over twice those who tuned in to the first televised presidential debate,” a spokesperson tells WebProNews. “And if the total calls made to Congress were an average of 45 seconds each, every senator received 11.5 hours of calls.”



Source: frugaldad.com

SOPA Blackout Day By The Numbers [Infographic]
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