Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 27th Nov 2010 10:46 UTC
Legal The US is really ramping up its war on intellectual property infringement, a war which I'm sure will be just as successful, cheap and supported by the people as the wars on drugs and terrorism. The US has started seizing the domain names of various websites through ICANN - not because owners of these sites were convicted of anything, but merely because complaints have been filed against them. Anyone want to take a guess how long it will be before the US government blocks WikiLeaks? Update: The blocks function outside of the US too. In other words, the US is forcing its views upon the rest of the world once again.
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RE[5]: Correction
by Thom_Holwerda on Sat 27th Nov 2010 15:11 UTC in reply to "RE[4]: Correction"
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Your position has been made indefensible by several facts listed by some posters,

Which facts?

'm reminded of another thread where you screamed about censorship in the US but clearly didn't know that obscenity has never been considered protected speech. (Or perhaos you knew and you pretended not to, but I'll give you the benefit of the doubt.)

Uhm, it's still censorship. In China, criticizing the government too harshly is not protected speech either - does that mean the Chinese government does not employ censorship?

Edited 2010-11-27 15:17 UTC

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