So that’s that. Register your domain name through a U.S. company and
your business goes kaput if the U.S. Treasury Department decides it
doesn’t like you. It doesn’t matter if you’re based in Britain, your
servers are in the Bahamas, your customers are mostly European, and
you’ve broken no laws. No warning. Just kaput.
Solution: make sure your business has as little connection to the
U.S. as you possibly can. I’m sure the rest of the world is getting
this message loud and clear.