Byline: Jamie Sotonoff email@example.com
Suburban bloggers are keeping a close eye on the evolving legislation aimed at cracking down on online piracy, fearing it could shut down their websites or threaten their businesses.
The proposed Stop Online Piracy Act and Protect IP Act bills created a virtual uproar Wednesday, with protests that included popular websites like Google and Wikipedia doing "blackouts."
Many local bloggers joined the rally cry, sounding off on social media sites and offering support on anti-SOPA/PIPA websites.
Maria Tiongco Ramos, of Aurora, who runs ASavingsWow.com, blacked out her website in protest Wednesday, …