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Submission + - JotForm domain shut down by US Secret Service (thenextweb.com)

lomedhi writes: Probably in response to phishers using JotForm's free form service, the Secret Service has seized jotform.com, denying access to 2 million forms created by 700,000 users. The Secret Service is unresponsive. Who needs SOPA?

The service is now available at alternate domains jotform.net and jotformpro.com, but changing URLs is a serious inconvenience to some. Many are paid corporate clients. Among other things, iPad and iPhone apps that embed forms will have to be re-approved by Apple.

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JotForm domain shut down by US Secret Service

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