quote: The issue here is that the court orders can be obtained by accusation. This is not proof that any violations have occurred, just enough to sway a judge.
quote: They're looking for the power to damage these websites well before they've been proven guilty. Even if they are innocent they need to prove their innocence in court before they can reopen their website, and would've lost quite a bit of income, or at the very least usercount from the simple act of arbitrarily suspending the website. I can't see this as anything but guilty until proven innocent, which is unconstitutional.