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On November 15, the European Parliament issued a resolution that “Stresses the need to protect the integrity of the global internet and freedom of communication by refraining from unilateral measures to revoke IP addresses or domain names.”

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Operation In Our Sites has blocked domain names for websites run by European companies, and Congress is currently considering the Stop Online Piracy Act, which contains provisions related to further DNS Blocking.

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