SOPA may be gone, for now, but it's effects are still felt, thankfully, by those that deserve it. Wikipedia has just announced that it has finished the transition of all of its domains to MarkMonitor, a domain registrar, and away from GoDaddy, which openly supported SOPA at first.
Wikipedia says that it was looking to change registrars before the whole SOPA business, but the controversy only helped speed up the process.
"The transfers were done seamlessly and our sites did not experience any interruption of service or other issues during the procedure," Wikimedia announced
"After exploring numerous alternatives, the Foundation’s legal team decided that MarkMonitor could best provide the comprehensive services that we needed," it said.
GoDaddy suffered quite a blow during the SOPA protests, as there were plenty of people that dumped the company. That said, it's position as the world's biggest domain name registrar is safe.