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it's going to be harder for organizations to hide where they place their loyalties, then to lie about them.

The passive-aggressiveness is something that somehow is becoming standard. It's worse than a non apology, it tries to put one on you at the same time. The opposite of clarity. It basically says, it's your own damn fault for even asking, etc.

I might have used the wrong term. What word would best express when someone says "no, but yes"? Shifty? Waffling? I just linked to the previous statement where he declared they had withdrawn support, to then say they actually did, maybe, sort of...

Thank you for stopping by. Enjoyed seeing your passion about marketing at your site.

I don't care for GoDaddy or for SOPA in its present form, but I don't understand your characterization of the new CEO's words as ambiguous. Do you not think that fighting online piracy is permissible? Do you not think that with some set of revisions that the internet community got behind a law would be acceptable? You can be anti-SOPA in its present form and still for some kind of consequence for internet pirates, without being ambiguous.

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