Customers leaving Go Daddy in huge numbers: Continued…
SOPA: Go Daddy’s Involvement
According to the December 23 press release, Go Daddy has been actively working with legislators on the crafting of the language in the bill, but has acknowledged that the bill, as it stands, is not ready for prime-time. The official statement reads, “It’s very important that all Internet stakeholders work together on this. Getting it right is worth the wait. Go Daddy will support it when and if the Internet community supports it.” At this time, it appears that the Internet community emphatically does not support SOPA. Decoded Science has not yet received a response to a request for comment from Go Daddy on this topic.
Go Daddy. Go Daddy No Longer Supports SOPA. (December 23, 2011). Accessed December 26, 2011.
Daily Changes. Domaincontrol. (December 26, 2011). Accessed December 26, 2011.
Library of Congress. H.R.3261 — Stop Online Piracy Act (Introduced in House – IH). (2011). Accessed December 26, 2011.
US Copyright Office. DMCA. (1998). Accessed December 26, 2011.
Weinstein, N. 21,000 domains transfer out of Go Daddy in one day. (December 24, 2011). Accessed December 26, 2011.
Schonfeld, E. The Congressional Grill: House Co-Sponsor Defends SOPA. (December 23, 2011). Accessed December 26, 2011.
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