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'Network Solutions' Internet Co. Closes Site Critical of Islam

Internet Co. Suspends Web Site for Film Critical of Islam

(CNS)- "A U.S.-based Internet company has pre-emptively suspended access to a Web site on which a controversial Dutch lawmaker was planning to post a short film examining links between Islamic terrorism and the Koran...

At the weekend, however, the hosting company, Virginia-based Network Solutions, replaced the screen with a message saying it had received "a number of complaints" about the site and had suspended it while investigating whether the "content" violated its acceptable-use policy.

Wilders, leader of the right-wing Freedom Party which holds nine of the 150 seats in the Dutch parliament, registered the site late last month ahead of his planned release of a 15-minute film which he said aimed to show how Islam's primary text has been the inspiration in parts of the world for "intolerance, murder and terror."...

Earlier this month, a spokeswoman for Network Solutions said anyone unhappy about any site it hosts could complain, and the company would assess the content against its acceptable-use policy. The policy includes a broad prohibition on obscene or harmful material that includes "hate propaganda" and anything "profane, indecent or otherwise objectionable." The spokeswoman also sounded optimistic that the company, which manages some seven million Internet domain names, could handle any denial-of-service or other electronic attacks that may come its way "from anywhere for any reason."

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