Originally published at Paul Henman at henman.ca. You can comment here or there.
Yet again the American government oversteps the line, this time by shutting down websites which they decide they don’t want online. Earlier last week the U.S. Department of Homeland Security “seized” the domain name of torrent-finder.com – if you go there now, what you see is this image:
[source: EasyDNS blog]
There are two problems (I see) with this: (1) DHS clearly doesn’t understand how torrents work, and (2) the U.S. Government think they have the right to police the internet.
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