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Dec 11, 2011

Feds Falsely Censor Popular Blog...

Mozart has a good post on last years seizure on numerous sites for copy-right infringement and the fight to get one back from the tyrants..

Read the link on the post for the outrageous & true tale of how this seizure was kept hidden from even the lawyers of the sites owners.

No filing papers, no info, no nothing but "Trust Us" from the FedGov lawyer.

via Looking in the Mirror

Maybe you like Rap Music maybe you don't. The actions of the government toward this blog site might -  Make Ya Wanna Bust a Cap!! 

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 Breaking News: Feds Falsely Censor Popular Blog For Over A Year, Deny All Due Process, Hide All Details...

 from the copyright-as-censorship dept

Imagine if the US government, with no notice or warning, raided a small but popular magazine's offices over a Thanksgiving weekend, seized the company's printing presses, and told the world that the magazine was a criminal enterprise with a giant banner on their building. Then imagine that it never arrested anyone, never let a trial happen, and filed everything about the case under seal, not even letting the magazine's lawyers talk to the judge presiding over the case. And it continued to deny any due process at all for over a year, before finally just handing everything back to the magazine and pretending nothing happened. I expect most people would be outraged. I expect that nearly all of you would say that's a classic case of prior restraint, a massive First Amendment violation, and exactly the kind of thing that does not, or should not, happen in the United States.

But, in a story that's been in the making for over a year, and which we're exposing to the public for the first time now, this is exactly the scenario that has played out over the past year -- with the only difference being that, rather than "a printing press" and a "magazine," the story involved "a domain" and a "blog."

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