By now we're sure you're aware that SOPA is more than just a tomato-based noodle soup. The Stop Online Piracy Act's been stirring controversy with its intentions, and it'll most likely continue in this path until we hear a final decision
. Go Daddy wasn't shy -- before retracting
-- about its support for the bill, and things have changed drastically since we first heard some of the "top dogs
" express their feelings. But
who else is behind it, who's got your back, and who's had a change of heart? The answers await you after the break.
The following are just a few that we believe you'll be interested in, but you can find the rest of the bunch at the source links.
- The Huffington Post
- Business Software Alliance (Includes Apple, Adobe Systems, Intel and more)
- Go Daddy
- Disney Publishing Worldwide, Inc.
- EMI Music Publishing
- Entertainment Software Association
- Major League Baseball
- Marvel Entertainment, LLC
- MasterCard Worldwide
- Motion Picture Association of America
- National Cable & Telecommunications Association
- National Football League
- News Corporation
- Random House
- Scholastic, Inc.
- Sony/ATV Music Publishing
- Sony Music Entertainment
- Time Warner
- Universal Music
- Universal Music Publishing Group
- Visa Inc.
- Warner Music Group
- Entertainment Software Association (Includes Nintendo, Microsoft Corporation, Electronic Arts, Sony Computer Entertainment, NVIDIA and more)
Our good friends at Joystiq
pointed out that the Entertainment Software Association is still pro-SOPA, which includes most major video game manufacturers. If you'd like to see the full list check out the ESA source link below.