mutatis mutandis (xauenmurph) wrote,
mutatis mutandis
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bank writes order to censor anonymous leaks news site, judge rubber stamps it

Wikileaks.com DNS hosting removed for publishing evidence of bank's shady dealings - "Wikileaks has published important leaked documents, such as the Rules of Engagement for Iraq [see my The Secret Rules of Engagement in Iraq], the 2003and 2004 Guantanamo Camp Delta Standard Operating Procedures, and evidence of major bank fraud in Kenya [see also here] that apparently affected the Kenyan elections." See also wikinews wired and boing boing where they note that the wikileaks site is still up at its ip.

+Order amended from permanent injunction to temporary restraining order, and ordering removal of JB documents rather than site being taken down - hostname still doesn't point to its ip address though.
http://88.80.13.160/wiki/Wikileaks_survives_censorship%2C_ddos%2C_fire
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