GoDaddy has apparently withdrawn their support for SOPA. Read link for more info:
Go Daddy’s Position on SOPA, from their website; it is obviously yet to be seen whether they will continue to hold this stance as proceedings continue with SOPA. Be aware.
A partial excerpt from the statement Go Daddy filed with the House of Representatives:
Our Support for SOPA
Go Daddy has a long history of supporting federal legislation directed toward combating illegal conduct on the Internet. For example, our company strongly supported the Ryan Haight Online Pharmacy Consumer Protection Act of 2008, the Protect Our Children Act of 2008, and the Preventing Real Online Threats to Economic Creativity and Theft of Intellectual Property Act of 2011 (PROTECT IP). Go Daddy has always supported both government and private industry efforts to identify and disable all types of illegal activity on the Internet. It is for these reasons that I’m still struggling with why some Internet companies oppose PROTECT IP and SOPA. There is no question that we need these added tools to counteract illegal foreign sites that are falling outside the jurisdiction of U.S. law enforcement. And there is clearly more that we could all be doing to adequately address the problems that exist.
Will Stack Overflow join this boycott of GoDaddy?