Spanish govt slammed over bizarre Catalan .cat internet registry cop raid

“The Spanish government has come under increasing criticism for raiding the offices of the .cat internet registry in the lead-up to a referendum on Catalans’ independence.  On Wednesday morning, police entered the registry’s headquarters in Barcelona and seized all of its computers. The cops also arrested six members of staff, and held four of them for two days. Its CTO has been accused of sedition.  The raid and arrest has sparked protests from the .cat company, as well as the Internet Society and the EFF.”

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