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Mozilla resists US gov't request to nuke "MafiaaFire" add-on

http://arstechnica.com

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has asked Mozilla to remove a simple Firefox extension that redirects visitors from one domain name to another. Why? Because the MafiaaFire Redirector (no, the name isn't subtle) makes it easy for Web surfers to bypass the government's domain name seizures. Mozilla, the foundation that oversees Firefox development, has resisted the request.

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Created by Cyphase 2 years 49 weeks ago – Made popular 2 years 49 weeks ago
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DNS Provider Mistakenly Caught in WikiLeaks Saga Now Supports Them

http://www.wired.com

A DNS provider that suffered backlash last week after it was wrongly identified as supplying and then dropping DNS service to WikiLeaks has decided to support the secret-spilling site, offering DNS service to two domains distributing WikiLeaks content.

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Created by Cyphase 3 years 18 weeks ago – Made popular 3 years 18 weeks ago
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EFF: A Glimpse at the Draconian Future of Copyright Enforcement?

http://www.eff.org

Legal Analysis by Corynne McSherry
Over the past few days, the U.S. Justice Department, the Department of Homeland Security and nine U.S. Attorneys’ Offices seized 82 domain names of websites they claim were engaged in the sale and distribution of counterfeit goods and illegal copyrighted works.

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Created by iambinarymind 3 years 19 weeks ago – Made popular 3 years 19 weeks ago
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Bill would nuke Visa cards, Adwords, DNS records for pirates

http://arstechnica.com

"If rightsholders get their way, overseas pirate websites could soon be inaccessible to US users, lose their ability to process US credit cards, and be banned from Google Adwords. The Combating Online Infringement and Counterfeits Act is back this week in the US Senate."

This part is particularly ominous:

"A service provider, as that term is defined in section 512(k)(1) of title 17, United States Code, or other operator of a domain name system server shall take reasonable steps that will prevent a domain name from resolving to that domain name's Internet protocol address."

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Created by Cyphase 3 years 21 weeks ago – Made popular 3 years 21 weeks ago
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