I'm not sure someone seizing my domain name would impact my freedom whatsoever.
Tossing me in jail, that's another story.
This has nothing to do with DUE PROCESS, civil liberties, freedom of expression or wrapping the flag around like a bathrobe while standing on the kitchen chair singing the national anthem with an original tea kettle from the Boston Tea Party whistling in the background.
If a crime is in the process of being committed, you STOP THE CRIME and then follow up with DUE PROCESS to convict the criminal. Using the logic presented above all bank robbers would be allowed to rob the bank, shoot all the people, and spend the money while waiting for DUE PROCESS. You don't allow the criminal to continue committing the crime, you toss him in jail first, or in this case SEIZE THE DOMAIN, and then let a jury of his/her peers sort it all out after the fact.
Last post on the topic, agree to disagree, don't really care, but stopping the crime in progress first has ALWAYS been the standard method of operation for any law enforcement action.
Now go register some .to domains enjoy.
Who said a watched pot doesn't boil? You just have to stir it enough to make it boil and sit back and snicker when it reaches a frothy frenzy.