incrediBILL - 8:14 pm on Mar 7, 2012 (gmt 0)
See, you guys obviously have no sense of when I'm using sarcasm, thought my lead-in about the US "house rules" was pretty obvious where I was heading, never mind :)
I can fully understand the rationale of seizing domains that are engaged in illegal activity, and honestly, I do not have a problem with it.
Although gambling sites were only illegal in the US, not other countries, and we shut them down for violating US laws when in fact they were perfectly legal elsewhere.
Closing the pirate goods sites, I didn't have much issue with that.
Closing the gambling sites, IMO that's when the US really stepped over the line.
Of course the ones doing really illegal stuff deserved it, but the others, not so much.