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Judges Grants Stay in Kentucky Domain Seizure Case

A Court of Appeals in Kentucky has granted a motion to delay a forfeiture hearing that will determine the fate of 141 domain names related to online gambling and poker sites.

The Interactive Media Entertainment and Gaming Association (iMEGA), an Internet trade association based in Washington, D.C., asked the three-panel appeals courts to grant a stay so that the appeals court could consider iMEGA's petition to have the lower court seizure ruling overturned.

Read More:
Kentucky Court of Appeals Grants Stay in Domain Seizure Case CardPlayer, Nov.17.2008

Related:
Kentucky vs. 141 Domain Names Joseph Lorenzo Hall - CircleID, Oct.20.2008
Kentucky Governor: All Your Gambling Sites Belong to Us John Levine - CircleID, Sep.27.2008

Updates:  UPDATED Jan 21, 2009 12:11 PM PDT
Kentucky Reverses Seizure of 141 Gambling-Related Domain Names Eric Goldman, Jan.20.2009
Kentucky court blocks move to seize gambling domains AP, Jan.21.2009

Related topics: Cybercrime, Domain Names, Law
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