Looks like this protest is failing big time. Some folks called for a protest against the Twitter’s decision to censor the user’s content regionally.
And looking at my own timeline, no one seems to be supporting it.
— Anonymous Operations (@Anon_Central) January 27, 2012
It is one thing to protest using Twitter by continuously tweeting about a subject like SOPA. But it is pretty hard to protest against Twitter by not tweeting at all.
Twitter is unlikely to change their stance considering the decision was to response the laws and regulations of individual countries.
Remains to be seen how widely the censorship applies in the coming months. It would be sad to see general tweets getting censored just because they are critical of something very obvious.