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EasyDNS, Mistakenly Caught in Wikileaks Saga, Now Provides DNS Service.

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posted on Dec, 9 2010 @ 07:47 PM
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This is a nice twist on the Wikileaks DNS saga...

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A DNS provider that suffered backlash last week after it was wrongly identified as supplying and then dropping DNS service to WikiLeaks has decided to support the secret-spilling site, offering DNS service to two domains distributing WikiLeaks content.

EasyDNS, a Canadian firm, was attacked last Friday after media outlets mistakenly reported it had terminated its service for WikiLeaks. The company sent an e-mail to customers Thursday morning letting them know that it had begun providing DNS service for WikiLeaks.ch and WikiLeaks.nl, two of the primary domain names WikiLeaks relocated to after WikiLeaks.org stopped resolving.

“We’ve already done the time, we might as well do the crime,” Mark Jeftovic, president and CEO of EasyDNS, told Threat Level about his decision

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He also says that he's had a groundswell of support from their 50,000 customers, of which 40% is in the US.




posted on Dec, 9 2010 @ 07:49 PM
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Aklthough the spokesman says this was a 'practical decision' its great to see more and more people refusing to be intimidated by the PTB fury.



posted on Dec, 9 2010 @ 08:03 PM
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Very nice. If us supporters keep this up, there's a slight chance that the government might eventually give up and fulfill its obligation to enforce the freedom of speech and information.



posted on Dec, 9 2010 @ 08:08 PM
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Go Canada!


Seems like a lot of people are on board with Assange. He has become a hero to the masses.

Large corporations and govts are his only enemies. And these are also the enemies to the people.

The Truth Will Prevail!



posted on Dec, 10 2010 @ 08:08 AM
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Originally posted by iamcamouflage
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Go Canada!


Seems like a lot of people are on board with Assange. He has become a hero to the masses.

Large corporations and govts are his only enemies. And these are also the enemies to the people.

The Truth Will Prevail!


Yes, the demarcation lines are becoming much clearer too, which can only be a good thing. Those against freedom of speech = Illuminati fascists and their supporters. Those for freedom of speech = those against the Illuminati fascism.

The friends of our enemies are making themselves known.



posted on Dec, 10 2010 @ 09:20 AM
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Originally posted by iamcamouflage
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Go Canada!


Seems like a lot of people are on board with Assange. He has become a hero to the masses.

Large corporations and govts are his only enemies. And these are also the enemies to the people.

The Truth Will Prevail!


Every conflict like this ultimately comes down to Individual vs. Institution. In the US we've had a sharp Left/Right divide on the Institution part of that equation.

In the Right it manifested as Individual vs. Government. In the Left it manifested as Individual vs. Corporation. When in fact it was all of the above.

Is Wikileaks doing the unthinkable? Finally uniting the two halves of the people?



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