content/images/gallery/random2/godaddy-boycott1.png Well we all knew this was coming sooner or later just that many of us did not expect it to happen on day 1 of the godaddy boycott. Not so long ago they released an initial statement saying they have been working with the government and fully support SOPA. From this its like a bomb exploded and crap when everywhere, all social media was flat out with it a hot topic all news outlets was rushing to get the information and story first and not to mention the massive back lash that's happened. Godaddy is said to of lost hundreds of customers already with many people doing domain transfers within the last few hours content/images/gallery/random2/godaddy-boycott1.png Now godaddy has come out and released the below statement and is making sure everyone knows about it by responding that they are now Anti-SOPA. content/images/gallery/random2/godaddy-boycott1.png
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (Dec. 23, 2011) - Go Daddy is no longer supporting SOPA, the "Stop Online Piracy Act" currently working its way through U.S. Congress. "Fighting online piracy is of the utmost importance, which is why Go Daddy has been working to help craft revisions to this legislation - but we can clearly do better," Warren Adelman, Go Daddy's newly appointed CEO, said. "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." Go Daddy and its General Counsel, Christine Jones, have worked with federal lawmakers for months to help craft revisions to legislation first introduced some three years ago. Jones has fought to express the concerns of the entire Internet community and to improve the bill by proposing changes to key defined terms, limitations on DNS filtering to ensure the integrity of the Internet, more significant consequences for frivolous claims, and specific provisions to protect free speech. "As a company that is all about innovation, with our own technology and in support of our customers, Go Daddy is rooted in the idea of First Amendment Rights and believes 100 percent that the Internet is a key engine for our new economy," said Adelman. In changing its position, Go Daddy remains steadfast in its promise to support security and stability of the Internet. In an effort to eliminate any confusion about its reversal on SOPA though, Jones has removed blog postings that had outlined areas of the bill Go Daddy did support. "Go Daddy has always fought to preserve the intellectual property rights of third parties, and will continue to do so in the future," Jones said.
Well godaddy ill tell you know, once you say you support such things you will loose the trust of your customers for life and it will go on for life. Sorry to say but here at cyberwarnews we have real belief that godaddy will actually be anti-sopa. Even the bigger names have come out and supported this, content/images/gallery/random2/godaddy-boycott1.png