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On 27th August 2014 [https://www.indymedia.org.uk/en/2014/08/517810.html Bristol Indymedia reported that], ''"the police had a court order to access the Bristol Indymedia server. We don’t know for sure, but assume that our web hosts have complied with the order and given the police this access"''. Bristol Indymedia disabled open publishing on the server and said ''"it is unlikely that open publishing of news items will ever be re-enabled as it would require complete re-installation of the server"''.
 
On 27th August 2014 [https://www.indymedia.org.uk/en/2014/08/517810.html Bristol Indymedia reported that], ''"the police had a court order to access the Bristol Indymedia server. We don’t know for sure, but assume that our web hosts have complied with the order and given the police this access"''. Bristol Indymedia disabled open publishing on the server and said ''"it is unlikely that open publishing of news items will ever be re-enabled as it would require complete re-installation of the server"''.
  
Since then the only source of further information has been from [https://www.indymedia.org.uk/en/2014/08/517810.html?c=on#c301096 an article in The Times] which reported that the PACE special procedure production order obtained by Avon and Somerset Police and served on Bytemark on 15th August 2014 ''"demands access to the details of administrators and bill-payers, login credentials, information on those who posted articles and the IP addresses of everyone who visited the site over an unspecified period"''.  
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Since then the only source of further information has been from [https://www.indymedia.org.uk/en/2014/08/517810.html?c=on#c301096 an article in The Times] which reported that the PACE special procedure production order obtained by Avon and Somerset Police and served on Bytemark on 15th August 2014 ''"demands access to the details of administrators and bill-payers, login credentials, information on those who posted articles and the IP addresses of everyone who visited the site over an unspecified period"''.  The court order served on Bytemark hasn't been published. The Times reported that the Police said ''"No arrests have been made in connection with this incident"''.
  
  

Revision as of 18:02, 31 August 2014

Bytemark served with PACE special procedure production order for details from Bristol Indymedia

Bristol Indymedia has been hosted on a Bytemark Debian virtual server since 2005, up until November 2013 the site was running Oscailt, in March 2014 it was re-launched as a WordPress site "using the software modremoveip".

On 27th August 2014 Bristol Indymedia reported that, "the police had a court order to access the Bristol Indymedia server. We don’t know for sure, but assume that our web hosts have complied with the order and given the police this access". Bristol Indymedia disabled open publishing on the server and said "it is unlikely that open publishing of news items will ever be re-enabled as it would require complete re-installation of the server".

Since then the only source of further information has been from an article in The Times which reported that the PACE special procedure production order obtained by Avon and Somerset Police and served on Bytemark on 15th August 2014 "demands access to the details of administrators and bill-payers, login credentials, information on those who posted articles and the IP addresses of everyone who visited the site over an unspecified period". The court order served on Bytemark hasn't been published. The Times reported that the Police said "No arrests have been made in connection with this incident".


Corporate Coverage: The Times: Activist website Indymedia shuts down after police raid (repost) | The Bristol Post: Anarchist website Bristol Indymedia to close following police raid (repost)

Activist Coverage: Urban75: Indymedia Bristol raided by plod, servers accessed! | LibCom: Sources and the police raid on Bristol Indymedia