Court orders three H-1B sites disabled

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  1. Judge's ruling to shut down three opposition sites is part of Apex libel lawsuit
    By Patrick Thibodeau
    December 28, 2009 02:41 PM ET
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    Computerworld - A New Jersey judge has ordered the shutdown of three H-1B opposition Web sites and seeks information about the identity of anonymous posters.

    On Dec. 23, Middlesex County Superior Court Judge James Hurley ordered firms that register domains and provide hosting services -- GoDaddy Inc., Network Solutions, Comcast Cable Communications Inc. and DiscountASP.Net, to disable the three sites, ITgrunt.com, Endh1b.com, and Guestworkerfraud.com. Facebook Inc. was also ordered to disable ITgrunt's Facebook page.

    http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9142806/Court_orders_three_H_1B_sites_disabled