There is no problem in providing Jim Humble's Miracle-Mineral-Supplement information on a website. There is not a problem in selling a sodium chlorite water purification solution in a 4 oz bottle. And there is certainly no problem in selling a 4oz bottle of citric acid either.
It means to me that, perhaps, only MMS labeling may come to an end.
The government is appearing to put pressure on chemical suppliers by reminding these suppliers of sodium chlorite that there is a liability issue when selling a product that is intended for INTERNAL USE.
Iodine supplementation people know that when they order Iodine these days, the chemical supplier makes sure that the person ordering knows it is intended for laboratory use ONLY! and NOT INTENDED FOR INTERNAL USE!
This kind of labeling makes the uninformed shy aware from using such a product for
purpose of ingestion.
Leaving websites like //www.curezone.org to inform people of Jim Humble's MMS protocol information, Global Light could easily continue to sell a 4oz bottle of 28% sodium chlorite solution as a water purification solution and labeling it with "not intended for internal use".
This is how suppliers label Lugol'sIodine Solution to avoid a similar liability problem.