Apparently the USA is claiming legal dominion over websites with .com & .net domains. In the Richard O'Dwyer case: http://torrentfreak.com/tvshack-the-human-cost-of-extradition-a-mothers-story-110712/ he is being extradited to face prosecution in the USA. Although he is not in the USA and his website was not hosted in the USA and he had no copyright-protected material on his site (merely URL links), he is to be prosecuted in the USA. Time for a UK boycott of .com & .net domain names?
That is old news to me, I already new that the Good Old USA was in charge of "com" & "net" domains. If you use a "com" or "net" domain for your web site you automatically give jurisdiction to the USA Courts. So you will be governed by the USA.