Thursday, February 3, 2011

Definitively Internet has to be taken off US hands

Go figure: the US Homeland Security Department (the modern Gestapo, it seems) unilaterally intervenes an Spanish legal domain, in this case a sports site (which is totally legal in Spain and EU) because a NY state court considers it breaches local copyright laws.

The affected sites are Rojadirecta in its .com and .org variants. The site is still available in .es, .in and .me domains (Spain, India and Montenegro).

I could not care less about a sports site (I would have hardly known but for a reader's tip) but the fact that the US Gestapo can use emergency powers to take over the Internet, only emphasizes how important is to put the Net under UN protection and remove it from US hands, which are becoming more and more fascist and corporate.

Source: Huffington Post.

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