The Department of Homeland Security has requested that Mozilla, the maker of the Firefox browser, remove an add-on that allows web surfers to access websites whose domain names were seized by the government for copyright infringement, Mozilla’s lawyer said Thursday. [more]
I hope they stand thier ground!
Its sickening seeing the USA continue to think THEY RUN THE WORLD!!
domain names are under the control of the US government, Mozilla are formed in the US. Sucks but they have the right to affect both those things.
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