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Published on Jan 31, 2012
On January 18th, we saw a day of online protest that at least for now killed SOPA and Protect IP. The Reddit community was one of many that played a huge role in pressuring not only businesses like GoDaddy to change their stance, but also members of Congress like Paul Ryan. Now, the community has now come up with a proposed plan to create a piece of legislation, called the Free Internet Act. Reddit Co-Founder Alexis Ohanian explains.