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Popular websites go dark as moment of silence for Sandy Hook

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By Eric Lorenz By Eric Lorenz
By Eric Lorenz By Eric Lorenz

(KMOV.com) – On Friday, hundreds of websites went dark to observe a moment of silence for the victims of the Newtown, Connecticut massacre.

Popular sites like Huffington Post, E! Online and Funny or Die participated in the digital event. The time of the event coincided with a national moment of silence at 8:30 a.m. CST.

During the moment of silence, participating sites were not accessible. Banners were displayed on the webpage during the five minute outageage stating that they were participating.

For a complete list of sites that participated, click here.

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