Marshall - 2:55 am on Mar 9, 2012 (gmt 0)
I'm totally against that statute (because it violates the principal of the presumption of innocence).
Aside from the fact I am sure there are plenty of victims that would disagree with you, is that to say if you caught someone with child p***ography on their computer you would let them keep it until the trial was over? I think not.
And seizures are governed by The Fourth Amendment (Amendment IV). Also, the Plain View Doctrine [csudh.edu] (If an officer is lawfully present, he may seize objects that are in "plain view". However, the officer must have had probable cause to believe that the objects are contraband.) allows for seizure without warrant. I do believe operating a gambling site on the internet in the US is as plain view as you can get.