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hishadow December 26th, 2011 17:52

Moving rpgwatch domain away from GoDaddy?
 
I'd be willing to donate to this cause! :) They're supporters of the new Stop Online Piracy Act legislation in the US. This new law has some ramifications for forums like this, since the owner of this site will be held responsible for its users actions. At worse, it means the .com domain name can be seized.

Corwin December 26th, 2011 23:02

Try PM'ing the site owner.

hishadow December 27th, 2011 02:34

I'm sure some debate is in order first. :)

Humanity has risen! December 27th, 2011 06:07

It is a good bill. It was never right in the first place to allow for wanton copyright infringement to be. Time for the first few measures to stop the Internet from devolving into complete savagery. You can be sure that there will only be more control from now on, simply because people can't regulate themselves and think it's OK to violate copyright and invent all sorts of funny and morally vacant justifications for it.

The opponents of SOPA really embarrass me for the most part (not you), they are practically hysterical, hyperbolic to the point of blatant disingenuousness, and ridiculously melodramatic. Then again, it's the same doofuses who thought it was perfectly fine to pirate all the music in the world all those years ago through Napster, got bitter about it closing, and attacked every form of order and copyright ever since.

If I had websites, I would actually move my domains to Godaddy just to spite them. :P

skavenhorde December 27th, 2011 06:17

Quote:

Originally Posted by hishadow (Post 1061115186)
I'd be willing to donate to this cause! :) They're supporters of the new Stop Online Piracy Act legislation in the US. This new law has some ramifications for forums like this, since the owner of this site will be held responsible for its users actions. At worse, it means the .com domain name can be seized.

GoDaddy no longer supports SOPA.

hishadow December 27th, 2011 16:28

They've only become "neutral" to SOPA. I'll still support the transfer away from them! :)

Andhaira December 27th, 2011 16:41

Why would RPGWatch have to worry about SOPA? Last time I checked, there was no rampant or even behind the scenes piracy going on around here.

GameBrian December 28th, 2011 02:26

Suck it up, thieving scum. You will be permbanned when glorious SOPA passes.


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