SOPA Blackout Day By The Numbers [Infographic]

    January 30, 2012
    Chris Crum

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.”





Chris Crum
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