Disclaimer: 1) my english sucks and 2) I'm Norwegian, not Danish, so my Danish isn't terribly good, either. I'll try, tho. This is the first "here"-link.
If you type "nazisvin.dk" [nazipigs] in your internetbrowsers adressfield, you will with no further ado [yes that's cheesy] be redirected to the DPP homepage. The DPP wants to stop that and have given the owner of the domain until Friday to stop the automatic redirection. The case is principally(?) important for both parts - but it's not about the same principles.
For the DPP the case is about [slander, or whatever, they want compensation for being screwed with]. For the owner of the domainname, architect Kristian Von Bengston [K.v.B.], the case is about the right to link to whatever you want to link to on the internet.
«The case is really about the right to freely link and freely make redirects. It's about both the freedom to express yourself and about sustain the anarchistic structure [of the net]», says Kristan von Bengtson, who does not thing the DPP being annoyed by the link is of any relevance.
«We kan sustain the internets orignial anarchy by [letting] me and others make links like this. DPP can protect themselves against a link like this by putting up a script that would block anyone coming from my server», the cyberactivist continues. He also makes it clear that the DPP can block the access from the IP-adresse that the users of nazisvin.dk are coming from. [Urm, probably the journalist misunderstanding something there.]
«The world wide web is a medium which one, including the DPP, are using volunatarily. The use of which demands to submit to free linking and free redirecting on the www, which the forefathers of the net demanded for making the technology free», says K.v.B.
The DPP are seeing things differently. They don't talk about internet principals, but [slander/libel].
«It's clear as day, the DPP is [hurt (not emotionally, other kind of hurt)] because one sets nazipigs equals to the DPP. We will not tolerate this, and that's why we are consulting the police», says Carl Christian Ebbesen, IT-responcible of the DPP at Christianborg.
The DPP is currently looking at the possibilities of stopping the trafic from nazisvin.dk with the help of lawyers and [techies]. Simultaneously K. v. B. is looking at the possibilities of support from netorganizations like the American [EFF] and the Danish Digital RIghts.
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