It seems that from either internal or external pressure, Nintendo, Sony, and EA have dropped support for the SOPA. SOPA is a draconian law that curbs the freedom of the internet. With these large gaming companies dropping support for SOPA, it seems that the bill is doomed for failure. At least that is what we hope.

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With SOPA being opposed by every Tom Dick and Harry out there, the backers of SOPA were left with no choice. Therefore, they decided to jump on the PIPA bandwagon.

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GoDaddy has flip-flopped and is “backing off” in its support of SOPA. It’s doubtful that most people believe GoDaddy’s stated reasons for changing this position.

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GoDaddy has aligned itself with the SOPA, and thus angered many of its internet freedom loving clients. This has sparked off a mass exodus from GoDaddy to other registrars.

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Never before in the history of mankind have so many eminent personalities from the world of computer networks joined hands for a single cause. It would be of great shame for a nation to harbor such a priceless talent pool, yet, not pay heed to their pleas and decide the fate of their creation.

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The broad-definition of SOPA puts all user-generated content at risk including the ones on social networks, wikis and micro-blogging sites- something that constitutes the lively Internet, as we know it.

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The primary source of income for the BSA is the revenue of its member companies. Although BSA counts software giants like Microsoft, Apple and Adobe as its members, the withdrawal of Kaspersky will come as a big blow to BSA.

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People all over the world have expressed their concerns with open letters and petitions. Now, SOPA will face its first global challenge in the form of an opposition from the European Union (EU).

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Google, Mozilla and Other Web Giants  Express Concern over SOPA

SOPA is a new draconian bill that proposes censorship measures that can kill the internet as we know it, disrupting industries and lives of millions of people in the process.

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