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Websites went dark today to give Sandy Hook victims a "moment of silence."
Some major websites went dark briefly today at 9:30 am ET to honor last week's shooting victims at Sandy Hook Elementary School, CNN reported. Dozens of sites participated, including Aol, The Huffington Post and Digg.
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The idea was spread with the hashtag #momentforSandyHook on Twitter, WNCT reported.
More than 100,000 people and sites pledged to participate on the Causes.com page for the Web Goes Silent campaign, WGHB reported.