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The EFF has been a cornerstone to the online privacy battle, and it goes without saying, their campaigns have helped the web remain as free and open as it is. As a purveyor of online rights and justice, the organisation is urging everyone to join the battle against SOPA and PIPA.
But because the EFF is such an important figure in the SOPA fight, it has blacked out, but not restricted its site.
The EFF said: "On the 18th, EFF will censor our banner logo and black out the background of eff.org. We’ve also created a new activism platform at http://blacklist.eff.org. Sites are encouraged to direct traffic here so users can contact Congress to make their voices heard in opposition to this misguided censorship legislation."
You can read the EFF's comments here.