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I had a client who needed an official SSL Certificate and had an account at godaddy.com. I have to confess, I really did not want anything to do with godaddy.com, based on their advertising methods and responses students and clients had made about them, nothing criminal just hard to get things done or changed.
I have been a GoDaddy user for a while and never had problems with them. In fact, differently than some people, I had great support and service from them. However, one recent situation is making me change my mind about them...
The magazine of one of the most prominent open source development tools is hailing a Scottsdale, Arizona-based Internet site as its “Favorite Linux-Friendly Web Hosting Company.” According to the “Linux Journal,” GoDaddy.com won an annual Readers’ Choice award for working hard on its Linux hosting offerings.
Even though the New York Times reported that the White House statement "all but kill[s] current versions of the legislation," the Senate is still poised to bring PIPA to the floor next week, and we can expect SOPA proponents in the House to try to revive the legislation—unless they get the message that these initiatives must stop, now.
The protest against Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and Protect Intellectual Property Act (PIPA) has come and gone, but the fight is just getting started. Proponents of SOPA, a legislative proposal thought to be dead by those opposing it, have promised to make another pass at making it the law of the land, and PIPA is due for a test vote on January 24. This thing is just getting started.
Some people think it's a bad idea to rely on the Internet for research or communication because it's a dangerous place where hackers or others with sinister motives can easily wreak havoc with the truth. That charge is sometimes leveled at Wikipedia, the free online encyclopedia that anyone can edit.
In the mean time, more Internet companies join the strike, such as The Document Foundation with their LibreOffice website (still allowing access to the rest of the site) and the XMBC project's website, saying "Today we are proud to stand together with organizations around the world to protest SOPA and its Senate counterpart PIPA