Slovakia: “The Great Server Heist”

Last week, Slovak police seized web servers of an IT company that hosts websites of 3,500 clients – “or almost three percent of the Slovak internet” – leaving clients without internet connection and causing the country's bloggers to protest the police actions. Deleted by Tomorrow reports on “the first great Slovak blogosphere venturing into the real world“: “As one netizen commenter observed, it very well might have been in accordance with the law, but is the law in accordance with 21st century?”

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