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1-18-2012 @ 12:15PM
Activision-Blizzard has come out neither for nor against SOPA/PIPA that I can discover. A great many individual companies have chosen to keep their stances on the topic quiet, perhaps correctly fearing massive backlash against their products should that information become public knowledge (see: GoDaddy, Objective Example of Shooting Yourself In the Face with regard to SOPA/PIPA). The Electronic Software Association, however, has come out in favor of both pieces of legislation.
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