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Technology: Anti-Piracy Bills

Opposition is growing louder against two internet anti-piracy bills being proposed in the U.S. congress.  Now, a number of high profile websites, including are taking action.  The English version of the online encyclopedia Wikipedia is set to go down for 24 hours as of midnight, or 1 o'clock our time, tonight to protest the bills. Our tech columnist Anshuman Iddamsetty has the details.


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