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.UK Registrar Offers To Let Police Close Domain 141

Posted by samzenpus
from the shut-it-down dept.
judgecorp writes "The .uk registrar, Nominet, has proposed rules that would give the police powers to demand Internet domains be shut down without a court order, in certain circumstances. The powers were requested by the Serious and Organized Crime Agency and have aroused concern that legitimate sites might be closed on suspicion of wrongdoing. Nominet's suggested implementation is online for public consultation."
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.UK Registrar Offers To Let Police Close Domain

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