Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), under DHS, shut down over 70 internet websites suspected of piracy without notice to some of the owners. There's no indication other than "court orders" which explain how in the world the government had the legal right to simply block all of those domains.
From Fox News:
The seizures come as Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., vows to block an online copyright enforcement bill that was unanimously approved last week by the Senate Judiciary Committee.
The bill would allow the Justice Department to seek expedited court orders blacklisting websites suspected of piracy.
The bill hasn't even been made into law yet. The DoJ couldn't go after the pirates, so Homeland Security did...