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Submitted by on 21 November, 2022 – 4:33 am

The Internet is full on completion of the open source platform for blogs, Blogetery for their web hosting company. Blogetery was recently accused by the FBI of being used by al-Qaeda to recruit and share information.
Many Internet watchdog groups and owner of the service believe that the web hosting company was taken too far. On Tuesday, the New York Times interviewed Alexander Yusupov, who said he Blogetery owner and sole employee. The weekend media reported that Blogetery had been closed. Blogetery is estimated that there were at least 70,000 links, the figures are a matter of controversy as and others have given different figures. On Monday, CNET reported that the blogging platform has eliminated more than a discovery of the FBI that the blog site was linked to the terror group and was used to exchange bomb-making techniques and details of U.S. in the blacklist of terror outfit.

Yusupov, who has no criminal case against him, told the Times that executives, Blogetery Web host is, she did not provide any documentation to prove the claims of the FBI. “I just fell,” he said. The termination of the blog site have resulted in automatic termination pages of all users, including those who did not play to Al Qaeda or sensitive issues. Joe Marr, ‘s director of technology, for its part offered no apology or regret about the termination of services. However, he said that an employee screwed up when the person who originally reported Yusupov and members of the media that the FBI had ordered the termination of Blogetery. Marr said the blog site was removed only because it was home to some objectionable content, which has failed within the conditions.

The measure, as expected, angered hundreds of users who were not related to terrorism issues. Kurt Opsahl, an attorney with the Electronic Frontier Foundation, told the Times that “the tragedy is that thousands of blogs will be taken offline without good reason.”

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