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    Site link - Njalla

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      I appreciate the sentiment and effort, assuming it’s genuine. But why would anyone expect governments not to shut this down or co-opt it?

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        From the site:

        However, we will help if there are legal merits to any formal government requests to our system. If you use our service in a way that affects anyones health or safety, we reserve the right to suspend your service.

        Also, you don’t “own” the domain, they do:

        When you buy a domain in our system, we’re actually purchasing it for ourselves.

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          we will help if there are legal merits to any formal government requests to our system.

          That’s a ridiculously naive or just plain dishonest thing to say in 2017. Gee, I wonder what kind of “help” the government might want from them!

          Besides, they’re not equipped to evaluate the “legal merits” a “formal government request” has, and if they don’t “help”, the government will ultimately just force them. That’s what they do.

          This is a bit like starting a new Grooveshark after everything we’ve seen. What would they expect to happen?