k Imma stahp listening to CBCFirst, spreading misinformation is always bad. If you're unsure of anything, if it's information based on rumors or from unverified sources (like CBC, for example!) than make it abundantly clear that the information shouldn't be treated as fact.
CBC is not a reliable source.
Just because you don't know of any white cubes that have been confiscated does not mean they can't or won't. How many cases do we even know of having occurred within the last few months? ONE?! So of the ONE confirmed event, there weren't any white cubes confiscated. That tells us absolutely NOTHING about whether or not white cubes will be affected. Ditto for DIY.
Again, the copyright laws are sufficiently vague, and on top of that, the law is applied in a seemingly arbitrary manner. Anyone saying "x is affected and y isn't" don't know what they're talking about, because, at this point, nobody does. Again, I've only heard of the single instance of a cube being destroyed. Absolutely no hard and fast conclusions can be made from that information.
If it was taken, then you should have a notice in the mail. If not, its just slow shipping or the post office or airmail losing the item. There may be something else than happened.I bought a ShengShou Aurora from wallbuys. Will it get destroyed? It's been 2 weeks and it's not here. That's normal from China, riiiggghhht?
EDIT: assembled and black :/