31 May '11, 5am

Domain Owners At The Mercy of New Government Thinking #news #domaining #domain

According to The San Jose Mercury News: "The Justice Department could then direct credit card companies, Internet access providers, ad networks and domain name servers to stop doing business with these blacklisted sites. The new bill would go further by demanding that search engines eliminate allegedly offending sites from search results." more Domain Owners At The Mercy of New Government Thinking

Full article: http://fragerfactor.blogspot.com/2011/05/domain-owners-at...

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