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Welcome to the world where industry can use nearly unrestrained governmental power against individuals and small businesses. The cynical answer to the question is to take all your profits and use them to hire lobbyists. If you don't think that works, you haven't been following the SOPA fiasco, which would greatly expand the ease with which sites accused of copyright infringement can be shut down and removed from search engine results, with little apparent regard for actual guilt. Guilty until you can figure out a way to prove yourself innocent, as I read SOPA. The companion legislation in the Senate, the Protect IP Act, essentially gives copyright owners the right to shut down websites that are thought to be engaged in infringement, with no bothersome judicial oversight required. RIAA is all for it, of course, all but claiming the collapse of civilization if the congress doesn't do its bidding.
Thankfully there is pushback against both enforcement overreach, such as you noted with dajas1.com, and absurdly biased bills like SOPA and the Protect ID Act. Because of the attention brought by the seizure of dajas1.com, there is at least one Senator, Ron Wyden (D-OR) who has issued a statement that he intends to seek answers from the Dept. of Homeland Security about its domain seizure program, so I guess there is still hope for that a few of our more enlightened elected officials will stand up to enforcement overreach. As an aside, is if just me, or does the phrase "Homeland Security" sound more like a department from 1950s USSR than 2010s America? I don't recall ever hearing the United States referred to as The Homeland until 2002, and it still doesn't sit well with me.