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As part of a new extension of the powers of the government to limit freedom of information, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (Department of Homeland Security, DHS) began, web pages and whole complexes of web pages, called "domains", without due process or fair trial block and to close. DHS arbitrarily blocked Internet domains, and documented these Web pages with the ominous logo, which covers the entire page and access impossible. An example can be found at torrent-finder.com...
Originally posted by abaddon6
reply to post by Xavialune
You can use Google, Yahoo or Bing to search for copyrighted material, perhaps the analogy is a little bit flawed but the same rules should apply imho. The source of copyrighted material is the people making them available, bot the Index/trackers sites or the search sites, they are just means to make the vast data searchable. Nothing copyrighted is stored on the actual sites that are now being shut down.