Robert's Stochastic thoughts brings first word of a very interesting incident in Italy. In his translation (slightly cleaned up here):
The magistrate Marco Patarnello has ordered the [temporary] preventive seizure of the site indymedia [http://italy.indymedia.org] for vilification of the Catholic faith and of the Pope. The prosecutor Salvatore Vitello requested this action, since an investigation by the DIGOS [police specialized in crimes against national security] revealed that there were montaged photos on the site showing Pope Benedict XVI in a Nazi military uniform.
In the leading leftist site, the Pope was called a “Nazi” and criminally insulted with insults in Spanish. Indymedia belongs to the Brazilian firm Imc, so the prosecutor has decided to make an official request that foreign judges take note of the act.
There's more at the site.
Internet lawyers will of course be waiting to hear what Joel Reidenberg has to say about this one. (Joel is the author of a very influential paper arguing that France had every right to try to stop Yahoo's US servers sending ads for Nazi memorabilia into France, and that US courts should not be shy about helping out.)