Weighing up the seizure of dodgy domain names by the US government
The US government has come up with a new approach to online IP rights enforcement - seizure of the domain names connected to websites that infringe IP rights. Last week, the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency did just that, taking out 82 domain names and replacing the original websites to which they pointed with a frightening message from the government. But is it the best way to enforce IP rights online?
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