Scorching legal response from Dajaz1.com to the unsealed US gov't docs on the illegal, sleazy seizure of its domain name

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7 Responses to “Scorching legal response from Dajaz1.com to the unsealed US gov't docs on the illegal, sleazy seizure of its domain name”

  1. GawainLavers says:

    “The government should be embarrassed for keeping that information from the court.”

    Scorching!  I bet the government is absolutely red-faced and contrite.

    [deep sigh]

  2. That_Anonymous_Coward says:

    ‘Merika best law money can buy.

  3. howaboutthisdangit says:

    “….authorization was an “affirmative defense” that need not be taken into account by the government in carrying out the seizure.”

    Does this imply that Uncle feels he can seize your domain any time he wants, even if every link and file  is totally legit?

    Somebody remind me again what’s so great about this country.  I keep forgetting.

  4. snagglepuss says:

    This is a perfect example of what happens when lazy, stupid, cost-cutting bureaucrats decide to outsource their own agency’s  duties and obligations.

    And all, of course, in the name of “protecting the free market” – The same Free Market that colludes with and bullshits the gubmint into stifling the competition that is supposed to be the lifeblood that keeps the Free Market robust.

  5. snagglepuss says:

    This is a perfect example of what happens when lazy, stupid, cost-cutting bureaucrats decide to outsource their own agency’s  duties and obligations.

    And all, of course, in the name of “protecting the free market” – The same Free Market that colludes with and bullshits the gubmint into stifling the competition that is supposed to be the lifeblood that keeps the Free Market robust.

  6. Joly MacFie says:

    Andrew Bridges is an effective advocate. You can see video of him taking on Mitch Glazier of the RIAA at http://isoc-ny.org/p2/?p=3302

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