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Monday, September 10, 2012

Michaelangelo from LA - Anxious and itchy!

I just want to resolve my itching problems and these SOPA and PIPA  issues are making me more itchy!!  by the minute as I cannot access Pawhealer website!  Like I don't have enough to contend with living in LA.... traffic that makes me feel as if I am in a slow motion bad dream! Gorgeous hostesses at restaurants who make $10 an hour that have more attitude than contestants on Project Runway, and do NOT get me started on the No Parking!!!! So if GoDaddy can please work  it out with Anonymous issues it would make my day a lot easier as I need my Pawhealer Meds!!

Freaked Out in LA!

Help!


(CBS News) GoDaddy, the domain registrar and Web hosting company, is down, perhaps taking millions of websites down as a result.
"Status Alert: Hey, all. We're aware of the trouble people are having with our site. We're working on it," @GoDaddy tweeted Monday.
TechCrunch reports that GoDaddy email addresses are down, as well. The blog suggests customers concerned with that their site has been affected can check online status at Down For Everyone Or Just Me.
A quick call to the company's customer service line resulted in this voice message: "If you are having a problem with your email, we are aware of the problem."
Twitter accounts claiming to be associated with the hacking group Anonymous claimed responsibility for the attack.
"Basically, every GoDaddy site on the planet just crashed," @TibitXimer tweeted.
"#TangoDown - godaddy.com," @AnonOpsLegion tweeted Monday, claiming that the Twitter account @AnonymousOwn3r was responsible for the breach. "TangoDown" is the term that Anonymous generally uses to signify that a website is down.
"By using / supporting Godaddy, you are supporting censorship of the Internet," @AnonOpsLegion tweeted again later.
GoDaddy was the target of protests after it was discovered that the company supported unpopular bills the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and Protect IP Act (PIPA).
GoDaddy did not immediately respond to CBS News' request for comment.

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