Tucows CEO Elliot Noss Discusses SOPA on Canadian Radio

If you’ve been following the SOPA legislation discussion, you know today is a pretty big day on the Internet. A number of companies and organization are blacking out their websites, and others are showing messages on their websites to inform visitors about the repercussions of SOPA should it pass into law.

Tucows is a Canada-based, publicly traded domain registrar, ¬†hosting company, and much more, and its CEO Elliot Noss was interviewed about SOPA on CBC Radio One’s Metro Morning in Toronto this morning. I thought it might be of interest to you, so the interview is embedded below.

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