BTC-e Domain Seizure by U.S. Law Enforcement Sparks Jurisdiction Questions (news.bitcoin.com)

On July 28, 2017, the bitcoin-exchange BTC-e domain was seized by six U.S. law enforcement agencies including the Secret Service. Many international bitcoin proponents are questioning why the U.S. is claiming jurisdiction over an exchange registered in another country.
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FinTech Startup Says Law Enforcement Is Ramping Up Ransomware Arrests

Chainalysis has stated that ransomware arrests will soon take place targeting cyber criminals behind ransomware attacks. Rise of Ransomware Attacks Over the past six months, ransomware attacks have become an issue to government, business and healthcare organizations. In January, CCN reported that three banks and a pharmaceutical company in India had been targeted by a […]

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How can a DAO seek enforcement of a contract?

If a DAO hires someone to perform a task that is not completed according to contract terms, what is the legal remedy of the DAO.

Assuming the DAO is not incorporated in any jurisdiction, can DAO members vote to appoint an agent to use the courts to seek enforcement on their behalf? Will the courts recognize the legal standing of this agent?

Please use any jurisdiction you can to cite a means of a DAO enforcing a contract.

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