[thelist] history of websites shut down by govt?

Meredith Tupper meredith at pintsize.com
Tue May 15 07:06:17 CDT 2012

Might want to check with the Electronic Freedom Foundation (EFF.org). 
They might not track the medical MJ issue but I bet they could give you 
a good estimate.


On 5/15/2012 6:32 AM, Bob Meetin wrote:
> I have a client potential who is putting together a website that
> teaches/educates students on Medical Marijuana, and wants to know if
> there have ever been implications or websites being shut down by either
> the DEA or FDA? Since Federal law states and Marijuana is Class 1 Drug
> and illegal, and then the FDA regulates all of the 'medical' aspects but
> Marijuana is not recognized as having any medicinal properties.
> The client is considering where the use servers overseas to protect
> themselves from the website being taken down similar to Anonymous, and
> also to protect user information from anyone wanting to identify
> users/patients.
> - Bob

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