Now you can’t do that anymore, either?

A google for downloading illegal facts online brought someone to my site. In fact, MO is currently the #1 hit for that search.

Who made downloading facts from the internet illegal? The New York Times?

UPDATE: Suddenly it’s becoming clearer. Right after I posted this I checked my logs and less than three hours before the google for downloading illegal facts online brought someone to my site, someone from usdoj.gov visited. Coincidence? I think they’re on to me.

UPDATE 2: Now I can’t view my site, either. It seems that I can still publish, though, so I’ll keep going for as long as I can. I don’t know if anyone will ever read this, but GOOD LUCK, everyone!

UPDATE 3: Okay. False alarm. Whew.

Comments

  1. So just where are you hiding the ‘illegal facts’? Is that what you get if you click on the MO graphics? 😉 ***

  2. If we left it up to the DOJ, I think ALL facts would become illegal. In the name of security, of course. For our own good. I mean, we just need to trust the government on this one, folks. We just need to keep shopping. They’ve got the situation under control. ***