Silk Road Case: It's The End of The Web as We Know It

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The federal government is preparing to use the case against alleged Silk Road founder Ross Ulbricht as a trojan horse to eviscerate Internet freedoms and make website owners criminally responsible for their users' actions, setting the precedent for chilling new laws that would drastically change the face of the world wide web.

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