|Christopher Soghoian, Principal Technologist and a Senior Policy Analyst with the ACLU Speech, Privacy and Technology Project|
In a tweet Chris Soghoian noted that foreign governments have become involved in efforts to police internet activity by Americans, as occurred in the Silk Road case.
Tarbell declaration, a statement made at The Hague by Christopher Tarbell of FTI Consulting, and formerly of the FBI. He was involved in the investigation of Silkroad, a website that purportedly allowed trading of contraband anonymously. Soghoian said that the DOJ has declared it didn't need warrants because Iceland had cloned Silk Road, and that hosting a website outside the United States makes it easier for you to be investigated without a warrant.
Soghoian also suggested this site for those interested in legal parameters involved.