Kentucky Supreme Court Hears Arguments in Domain Seizure Case.

The Kentucky Supreme Court heard arguments from attorneys for the state and attorneys for online casino operators this week. The issue to be decided is whether the state has the rights to seize the domain names of the casinos that did not block Kentucky users.

The circuit court approved and ordered the seizure but the Kentucky Court of Appeals reversed that judgment and ruled that the state did not have the legal right to seize the domains. The state then appealed this decision to the Supreme Court of Kentucky.

Most legal experts believe that the appeals court ruling will be affirmed and the Commonwealth of Kentucky has no legal right to seize a domain controlled by an out of state owner.

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