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SOPA: Who's in and who's out?

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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.

Opponents
  • Disqus
  • AOL
  • eBay
  • Facebook
  • foursquare
  • Google
  • GrooveShark
  • Kickstarter
  • Mozilla
  • PayPal
  • Wikipedia
  • Reddit
  • Square
  • The Huffington Post
  • Craigslist
  • LinkedIn
  • OpenDNS
  • Tumblr
  • Twitter
  • Yahoo
  • Zynga
Defectors
  • Business Software Alliance (Includes Apple, Adobe Systems, Intel and more)
  • Go Daddy
Supporters
  • ABC
  • BMI
  • CBS
  • Comcast/NBCUniversal
  • Disney Publishing Worldwide, Inc.
  • EMI Music Publishing
  • Entertainment Software Association
  • ESPN
  • 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
  • Viacom
  • Visa Inc.
  • Warner Music Group
  • Entertainment Software Association (Includes Nintendo, Microsoft Corporation, Electronic Arts, Sony Computer Entertainment, NVIDIA and more)
Update: 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.

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