Today saw the fight against the draconian Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) go mainstream, with some of the world's biggest websites, including Wikipedia and Google, joining an ever growing protest movement. The SOPA act, which goes before US congress on January 24th, aims to control - with a guilty until proven innocent approach- web content which it deems to be in breach of copyright. The consequences of such an act would be felt not only in America, but globally. Media owners could be left restricted to the point that even a link to another website deemed to be infringing on copyright could be removed from the Internet with immediate effect. Essentially, SOPA will kill the very essence of what makes the Web such a wonderful. Below is our compilation of the most effective SOPA Blackout which appeared on websites on January 18th.