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Spanish govt slammed over bizarre Catalan .cat internet registry cop raid

Dan 55 Silver badge

That was a privately owned domain registrar not wanring to having anything to do with propogating hate speech.

.cat is publically owned by the region and is being ordered to drop content because central government doesn't like it.

What would you think if there was Scottish referendum information published under a .scot domain and UK ISPs DNS blocked it under orders from central government via a friendly judge? Then later on of it was republished under other domains like .eu and .com and they were blocked too?

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