The Home Office is repeatedly denying knowledge or involvement in the Indymedia / Rackspace server seizure scandal, yet they are not shedding any light on this attack on British sovereignty by unknown foreigners,
There have been at least 10 Parliamentary Questions posed by 5 different Members of Parliament about this incident:
The latest Answer from the Home Office is rather worrying:
Lynne Jones: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department whether he authorised the seizure of web servers belonging to Indymedia. 
Caroline Flint: I can confirm that no UK law enforcement agencies were involved and therefore, no authorisations needed."
Does this mean that any foreign government is allowed to arbitrarily seize and disrupt computer systems physically located in the UK, provided that they do not bother to tell the UK authorities, so that they do not have to bother to authorise it ?
If this is so, then it is intolerable and constitutes at least as great a threat to our economy and critical national infrastructure as terrorism or computer malware.
Why does the Home Office not make a clear statement about the legal jurisdictional aspects of this affair ?
Who is investigating any breaches of UK law, and if nobody is doing so, then why not ?
What assurance can the Home Office give that only properly authorised United Kindom authorities, following the National High Tech Crime Unit's Confidentiality Charter and best computer forensic practices, are allowed to seize or disrupt computer systems physically located in the UK ?