In an unsurprising move, GoDaddy terminates its support of SOPA. According to a news release:
Warren Adelman, Go Daddy's newly appointed CEO, said. "It's very important that all Internet stakeholders work together on this. Getting it right is worth the wait. Go Daddy will support it when and if the Internet community supports it."
Sounds to me like they're now following the money trail, realizing that when their very customer base is railing against this legislation, it makes little financial sense to support the bill that so many users decry as censorship. Dare I say that if their customers weren't as vocal as they were, they would still be supporting this. In my experience, GoDaddy isn't in the business of giving you anything, even if you've well paid for it. Otherwise, why else would they require you to sit on a domain for 90 days before transferring it off their system?