Lost Media, the online news service for the lost media industry, is reporting that its domain has been taken down by a government agency.
The news site is known for exposing the true state of the media industry in the United States, as well as covering the issues of lost media and the media consolidation movement in the media.
The site’s owner, Mark Terrill, has been using the domain to share news and information since 2009, according to the New York Times.
“We’re just glad to be alive,” Terrill told the Times.
The domain was registered in April, according a post on the Lost Media website, but the government agency that took it down is apparently the federal government.
“This was a very serious violation of our rights,” Terill said in a statement.
“They seized our website without any notice, without even having our express permission.
We will fight to regain our domain.”
Lost Media had a long history of exposing the media business practices of the entertainment industry.
It was founded by Terrill and his wife, Susan, who have been outspoken about the media and entertainment industries for years.
They have published several articles on the subject, including The Media Elite, the media takeover movement, and the Media Business model.
Lost Media also publishes articles that focus on media consolidation.
A spokesperson for the government department that seized Lost Media said that it had seized the site because it had violated the federal Trade Act.
The US Department of Justice, however, said that the seizure was “an appropriate response to media content that was critical of the merger process.”
The government agency, the Federal Trade Commission, said in its statement that the seized website was “clearly infringing upon our copyright by promoting the merger of two or more companies into one.”
Terrill has since launched a petition to save Lost Media’s domain.