moTi - 1:33 am on Nov 30, 2010 (gmt 0)
from the official news release:
If the goods were confirmed as counterfeit or otherwise illegal, seizure orders for the domain names of the websites that sold the goods were obtained from U.S. magistrate judges.
well, ebay.com should be next on the agenda then, don't you think? ;)
while the consumer goods and content industry has their claims satisfied, other lobbyists from all kinds of areas already queue up. so the next affected websites could be dissident blogs and forums, unpopular news media, wikileaks.. just think about the possibilities with this new approach..