LeandroTLZ writes: "This hit the Internet about a week ago, but all of the news outlets reporting it have missed a very important detail. A federal judge ordered all of Argentina's ISPs to block a website that was publishing private emails from the president and some aides. The resolution to block the site can be read here at their national communications agency, and you will notice that it specifies one IP address to block, 188.8.131.52. The major ISPs have indeed blocked that IP address completely. The problem is that the IP address was not just hosting that website; a simple WHOIS query reveals who it belongs to: none other than Google, Inc. Specifically, the address is used by Blogger to serve websites. Because of this, a significant number of blogs and webpages hosted at Blogger have disappeared from Argentina's ISPs. Magazines like www.habitantesdemoria.com, independent films like www.elpozolapelicula.com.ar, business websites like www.torrealsur.com.ar and webcast sites like www.radiotelevisionatlantis.tk — they are all inaccessible from Argentina. No news outlet seems to be aware of this at the moment, and are treating the block as a freedom of speech issue against a single website, unaware that the judge has accidentally silenced hundreds, possibly thousands of websites."