Wikipedia pages across Europe go 'dark for a day' and block all access in protest to new EU copyright laws - as Reddit and Twitch warn users to email MEPs to stop Article 13 | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Wikipedia pages across Europe go 'dark for a day' and block all access in protest to new EU copyright laws - as Reddit and Twitch warn users to email MEPs to stop Article 13

Several websites across Europe including Wikipedia were switched off today as part of a mass protest against contentious copyright laws being proposed by the European Union.

A number of popular sites across the web are 'going dark' and blocking access in parts of Europe for 24 hours in a last ditch attempt to stop new 'web censorship' rules ahead of a final vote on March 26.

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