Companies pro SOPA
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Video game industry still supports anti-piracy bill By Stephen C.
Paul Graham: SOPA Supporting Companies No Longer Allowed At YC Demo Day At this point quite a few internet companies have protested H.R. 3261, the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) in creative ways . Held by many to be the worst thing to ever happen to the Internet if it passes, SOPA would makes it really easy for copyright holders to force sites offline that they think are offending, among other things. While the judiciary vote has been delayed until next year, the list revealing the companies who support the act was released yesterday, and many startups, such as Reddit, have begun to drill down into boycotts of individual companies like domain provider GoDaddy.
The Internet is collectively raging at domain seller Go Daddy for supporting the “ Stop Online Piracy Act “, with people like Ben Huh threatening to pull away 1,000 domains owned by his company Cheezburger. Go Daddy Publishes SOPA Position, Turns Off Comments
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