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Some US ISP's were seized in a cyberporn bust.
Dreamscape's statement at:
All three worth reading. This could be a big story. The theory against
the ISPs (not that they've been charged with a crime) is that they
knowingly carried the newsgroups:
This has broader application -- alt.binaries.warez.*,
Is any ISP which carries suspect newsgroups at risk of having
its equiptment seized, and who draws up the blacklist of
Or worse, is there no public blacklist at all -- just the
hovering fear of an up-for-reelection AG swooping down. And when
do naughty pictures start showing up in alt.fan.disney? And
what's the AG's move then?