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SOPA.com – The background story

When domain investor Vincent Uy put high four figures into the acquisition of the domain name Sopa.com he never intended to use it as an acronym.

After all, “sopa” means “soup” in Spanish and Portuguese and “sofa” in Filipino.

It also means “shut up” in Greek – but Vincent bought it because it’s a cool, marketable  CVCV (consonant/vowel/consonant/vowel) four letter dot .com

Vincent said the domain was acquired along with another catchy LLLL .com, winy.com and the acquisition was the most he’s spent on a pair of domains thus far.

With a new logo, SOPA.com is now at the epicenter of the anti-SOPA movement, ready to take on the bill that threatens the Internet as we know it.

Traffic on the web site is definitely on the increase, thanks to the GoDaddy notoriety the world’s biggest registrar acquired when it was revealed that they supported the SOPA bill.

GoDaddy has since reversed its stance on the SOPA bill.

Visit SOPA.com for a collection of news, videos and other information on the SOPA bill and most important, oppose the SOPA bill now!

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2 Responses to “SOPA.com – The background story”
  1. TD says:

    It also means, “stick/rod” and/or “beating/bashing” in Turkish. That’s one badass Domain Name!

  2. Lucius "Gunz" Fabrice says:

    TD – Thanks for the insight 😀

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