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Web hosting service Burst.net, which terminated Blogetery's service following an FBI terrorist investigation, says it will return data to the blogging platform.
The blog platform shut down last month after the FBI alleged the service was used by al-Qaeda's operatives is back online.
Blog platform shut down following FBI investigation is in negotiations with Web host. EFF wants to know FBI's role in service's closure.
An FBI investigation uncovered links to al-Qaeda materials on Blogetery's servers, but the feds didn't order Burst.net to shut it down.
Burst.net is under fire for cutting off service to Blogetery.com, a blogging platform the FBI says was used to store terrorist materials.
Blogging platform booted for terrorist links, while Facebook makes a half-billion friends. Also: Stellar earnings from Apple, Microsoft.
Good news, everyone! Twitter's getting its own servers and Skype will now run in the background on an iPhone. But beware: The IPocalypse is nigh, Apple now has more software insecurity flaws than anyone, and robots can now move faster than you can blink.
A blogging platform and a company that hosts message boards were shut down within days of each other and nobody is saying why. Are they linked?
A Web host service shuts down a blogging platform and says authorities forced its hand. But the RIAA, MPAA, and Homeland Security's antipiracy unit hasn't heard of the site. Who's responsible?