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Did GoDaddy and Homeland Security shut down a Mexican protest site?

24
May
2014

On December 1st of 2013, the Mexican protest site 1dmx.org celebrated its first anniversary with a banner headline: One year of struggle… and counting! It was a simple site documenting the mass demonstrations in the wake of President Nieto’s inauguration. The site was part of a criminal investigation GoDaddy sent an enigmatic email saying the group had violated the terms of service, but didn’t say how. When the sites owners pushed for more information, GoDaddy told them they were part a criminal investigation triggered by the Department of Homeland Securitys Mexico City branch.

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