First The People, Now Homeland Security 'Stripping' The Web

70+ websites seized w/o notice...

Homeland Security shuts down dozens of Web sites without court order rawstory

The Homeland Security Department's customs enforcement division has gone on a Web site shutdown spree, closing down at least 76 domains this week, according to online reports.
While many of the web domains were sites that trafficked in counterfeit brand name goods, and some others linked to copyright-infringing file-sharing materials, at least one site was a Google-like search engine, causing alarm among web freedom advocates who worry the move steps over the line into censorship.
All the shut sites are now displaying a Homeland Security warning that copyright infringers can face up to five years in prison.
“My domain has been seized without any previous complaint or notice from any court!” the owner said, without being identified in the Torrentfreak article.
re: over the line
As far as Big Brother goes, this is very bold statement being made. Even with sites trafficking in "counterfeit goods", as they claim, this should not be reason to ignore the legal procedure of 'due process'. Obviously though Homeland 'Security' is no longer concerned about any such "lines". Certainly to send that message is a part of what has just happened here. Dictatorial power in other words. Homeland Security - acts arbitrarily, and is unaccountable. 'We are the law now...and the new rules are...there are no rules'.
Being too big to hide anymore, the kabbalist-globalist agenda is now being forced openly. Seizing 'illegal copyright-violating' websites by their own 'decree' is another proof of that. But that is just flexing a little muscle - absolute control of the internet and silencing dissent is where they are going with this...and it's on big time. Be informed. Rev. 18:4
compare: "CYBERCOM" 10-9-10 " U.S. Cyber Command is scheduled to be activated this month, in the words of a Reuters dispatch “ready to go to war in cyberspace” with full operational capability.

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