Chronicling Government seized sites

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In News on November 30, 2010 at 6:46 pm






The domain seizures by the United States authorities in recent days and upcoming legislation that could make similar takeovers even easier in the future, have inspired a group of enthusiasts to come up with a new, decentralized and BitTorrent-powered DNS system. This system will exchange DNS information through peer-to-peer transfers and will work with a new .p2p domain extension.

In a direct response to the domain seizures by US authorities during the last few days, a group of established enthusiasts have started working on a DNS system that can’t be touched by any governmental institution.

Ironically, considering the seizure of the Torrent-Finder meta-search engine domain, the new DNS system will be partly powered by BitTorrent.  Learn more.


Find a seized websites new address

In News on November 27, 2010 at 7:24 pm

Old Site:    IP Address  / New Site: – – - - - - -
If you have seized websites IP address or new website,  please send by commenting on this post.

Hollywood blacklist

In News on November 27, 2010 at 5:45 pm
Peter Eckersley, a technologist at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, wrote earlier this week that…
“The bill will create a 1950-style Hollywood blacklist with the government deciding which Web sites are legitimate or not. The federal government will be forced “into the swamp of trying to decide which websites should be blacklisted and which ones shouldn’t,” Eckersley said. “And they’re going to discover that the line between copyright infringement and free political speech can be awfully murky.”

D-day for “illegal sites” hits

In News on November 27, 2010 at 5:25 pm
The U.S. government has launched a major crackdown on online copyright infringement, seizing dozens of sites linked to “…illegal file sharing and counterfeit goods.” - - - - - -