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+ - NSA Shuts down critics under guise of copyright violations ->

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An anonymous reader writes "“Can a government agency block criticism by claiming copyright infringement? Sounds a bit ridiculous but it is happening. The NSA is effectively stopping one small business owner from criticism, claiming that by using its name he has infringed on their copyright,” according to a report by Infowars guest and investigative journalist Ben Swann."
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NSA Shuts down critics under guise of copyright violations

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