Ok so no names here, because I don't need to go to warning level 30% But it's a newsindexer for the newgroup scene, and after the first court battle was lost wonder of wonders they add the number 2 to the name and presto back in business. Or are they. Appears the establishment isn't laughing. Appears they are currently trying to get BT (largest broadband provider in the UK) to utterly block the newsindexer from the UK in it's entirety. Not that's what you call a blunt weapon approach people. That's not stealing a domain, that's stealing the ability to even use the internet. Granted there are always ways around that, for nobodies like you or me, who have no need to be 'findable'. But when a site has to be findable to be usable, and a provider can just say 'I don't think so'. Well that might sure make a difference. Could illegal file sharing actually fail? I don't have those answers. Personally I don't think these measures are enough. But it is clear, the gloves are off. One day you may well discover, that our chats here, are just too receptive to the theft we all know it to be eh. And poof, you will go online and discover this site has been deemed 'expendable'. Not having files to download, wouldn't be enough in my view, if I was them. But I'm not them.