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DHS seizing domain names

Of sites that do unauthorized broadcasts of the Super Bowl. Guess that means we’re safe from terrorists now?

6 Responses to “DHS seizing domain names”

  1. Shootin' Buddy Says:

    Once a bureaucracy loses sight of its goal . . .

  2. emdfl Says:

    And what makes you think that group of thugs has lost sight of its goal, SB?

  3. SPQR Says:

    We need to end the ability of private parties to enlist the government to enforce their intellectual property.

  4. Jake Says:

    How is copyright infringement or intellectual property piracy even part of DHS’s jurisdiction? Shouldn’t that be the FBI?

    I’m starting to think DHS is growing to become an umbrella organization far beyond it’s original mandate.

  5. Bubblehead Les Says:

    Safe from Terrorists? Yes. Safe from having the Pittsburghers keep bragging about how great their Football team is? No. Go Cheeseheads!

  6. InebriatedArsonist Says:

    Sadly, this means that I won’t be able to watch live Formula 1 races when they’re tape-delayed by the idiots over at Fox.

    As to the question of DHS having jurisdiction in these matters, supposedly ICE, which is under the umbrella of DHS, has some power in the area of copyright infringement.

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