04 Jul '11, 4pm

ICE Now Seeking To Extradite Foreign Operators Of .Com & .Net Sites Which Violate US Law To Face Trial In US

So it appears The US government is saying is if you operate a website under a .com or .net and you are subject to US law, even if you live outside the US, your servers are located outside the US and your site is in compliance with local law in the jurisdiction you operate. The Guardian.co.uk , is quoting the Assistant Deputy Director of The US Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency (ICE) saying that not only does ICE plan on continuing to seize Websites and domain names operating on .Com and .Net TLD’s that they believe are breaking US laws, but now they want to extradite the operators of websites operating outside of the US to stand trial for criminal charges in the US. The story quotes Erik Barnett , ICE’s Assistant Deputy Director saying that website owners that pirate US-made films, TV or other media is a legitimate target for prosecution, whether their servers are...

Full article: http://www.thedomains.com/2011/07/04/ice-now-seeking-to-e...

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