posted on Jan, 6 2012 @ 02:38 PM
As well all know, I think we all know, at least any of us that run websites, DHS appears to initially be preemptively scanning sites that would be in
conflict with the government "agenda," or should I say their "handlers" agenda. I got examined this morning (again, 7th time, different IP's) by
126.96.36.199 which resolves to DHS near Washington DC. I think they are catagorizing any potentially copyright infringing material attached to each
website so they can take the website down at will under SOPA. To be honest, I am quite sure any excuse will do, there will be no fairness here or
anywhere for that matter.
For smaller websites, I would suggest you make sure anything you have up there is either verifiably public domain or original content.
There does not seem to be a site up yet that will scan our individual sites for specifically copyrighted materials (so that we can remove them). A
good project for anyone with the time and motivation. But I really doubt that even if your site is totally clean and abides fully by copyright law, if
your agenda is contrary to the PTB, they'll change the laws and find a way to take it down. DHS would probably use the aiding and abetting excuse
because they'll say an opinion or contrary facts makes them look bad and thereby weakens them.
What an ef'd up world eh?
Cheers - Dave