Web Attack Bodes Political Censorship

December 5, 2010 by · 1 Comment 

The internet has allowed a greater degree of human interaction then the world has ever known. Recent assails on the very nature of unfettered exchange of information is heating up. The entrenched political elites fear that the benumbed culture will eventually break out of their sleep. The Hill reports, Homeland Security seizes domain names that Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has seized dozens of domain names and appears to be targeting sites that help Internet users download copyrighted music, as well as sites that sell bootleg goods, such as fake designer handbags. The sites are replaced with a note from the government: “This domain named has been seized by ICE, Homeland Security Investigations.”

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  1. Wikileaks seems to vindicate the extremes. I’d like to claim such revolation for the Right, yet his orginization is of the Left.

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