GoDaddy make promises at CES2014 but there's a dead elephant in the room
GoDaddy - the domain and hosting company - have been at CES2014 saying that they're going to make getting a website easier for all and introducing .lawyer, .doctor, .pizza and other wacky URL suffixes.
However, GoDaddy have bitten the hand that feeds it by supporting government plans to censor what people can see online, resulting in a call to boycott the company. And again, people are keen to remind everyone about the head honcho at GoDaddy - Bob Parsons - and this photo.
Parsons has been attacked by animal rights groups for Tweeting a video where you can see him shooting an elephant to death in Zimbabwe.
Not having it, Parsons said: "The tribal authorities requested that I and others like me patrol the fields before and during the harvest" and that opposition to him only exists with keyboard warriors, rather than actual customers. However, PETA were a customer until this happened.
Thus prompting the question - if you're offered a cheap deal, would the morals of someone at the company put you off, or is the contents of your wallet the overriding decision maker, despite what you might think of the people at the top?