Wikipedia was back Thursday, a day after shutting down the website to protest anti-piracy bills now in Congress.
On the website early Thursday morning was the cryptic message: "Thank you for protecting Wikipedia. We're not done yet."
Clicking on that message takes a Wikipedia viewer to a thank you letter and instructions on how to continue fighting against anti-piracy bills that critics say could amount to censorship.
"Your voice was loud and strong," the message said. "Millions of people have spoken in defense of a free and open Internet."
Wikipedia was among several websites to shut down Wednesday in protest of the bills.FULL STORY