July 23, 2002
The Italians disable 5 US based websites

Police in Italy didn't care that five Web sites they deemed blasphemous and thus illegal were located in the United States, where First Amendment protections apply. The police shut them down anyway.

The Yanks are up in arms about it, naturally. "Other nations shouldn't be allowed to impose their laws on our citizens! Only we should be able to do that sort of thing!"

More light than heat at Slashdot, for a change.

Posted to The Internet by Simon Brunning at July 23, 2002 02:22 PM

Hiermit mal ein Dank für Deinen Post!


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