The US agency behind the high-profile seizures of domain names that resolve to websites carrying IP-infringing content has said that the success of the operation was a great surprise. “People told us that we will fail if we seize these domain names, and that we’ll look foolish,” said Erik Barnett, assistant deputy director of the US government’s Immigration and...

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