votrechien - 10:43 pm on Mar 7, 2012 (gmt 0)
My issue with this is the pretenses with which they seized the domain name, which is of course illegal gambling.
It's one thing when a company is violating widely recognized international law and poor moral conduct (underage #*$!ography, blatant copyright infringement, etc). It's a whole other issue when the company is conducting business that is legal in many US states (gambling). It screams of protecting deep pocketed billion dollar American based Gambling interests.
Where do you draw the line? Owning a pet hedgehog is illegal in California. Should the Department of Justice start seizing hedgehog websites because Californians are using these websites?