National filters & uk censorship

#2
Given some of the sites linked to in the Naafi bar, I'd say the answer is that it's not censored here.

(And isn't it a bit early for stream-of-(un)consciousness posts?)
 
#3
l/cpl_blowhard said:
following on from another post, do we have national filters in the uk, are we denied access to websites the government do not want its citizens to see?, china imposed restrictions on google -national filters , is it happening here, why did msn really close its chat rooms in the uk, are we being censored , 8) i think its a load of pish myself :D
read the original thread, f**k i knew this would happen :D , it must be dynamic mong magnetics at work, ok ill try again, has the government imposed national filters on uk based ISP ,
 
#4
Think of a subject, any subject, as depraved, violent, subversive or just plain deviant as you like and Google it.

Filters? No.
Ability to recognise "odd" browsing patterns? That's a possibility.
 
#6
Errr... No.

But then I don't appear to be able find that domain either.....
If it's being "filtered" it's being done in a very sneaky and intelligent fashion :wink:
 
#8
The day after 9/11 there was a bird on the news standing outside G.C.H.Q .This is the British equivalent of the pentagon where they read all our emails and text messages.
Everyone in the room just looked stunned.It was not repeated as far as I know.

http://www.thetruthaboutbritain.com

This link does not work in vietnam.
 
#10
expat_71 said:
The day after 9/11 there was a bird on the news standing outside G.C.H.Q .This is the British equivalent of the pentagon where they read all our emails and text messages.
Everyone in the room just looked stunned.It was not repeated as far as I know.

http://www.thetruthaboutbritain.com

This link does not work in vietnam.
Not here either (Netherlands)

Mind you, nor does this: www.wehkamp.nl

The biggest mail order firm in the Netherlands (British owned) but at least it stops the missus spending money.

Broadband fcuked it, thank fcuk.
 
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#12
I work for a telecoms company and used to see some of the complaints/requests comming in for our ISP on one case a fax was sent to our bit of the office by mistake it was the police requesting details of which of our subscribers had a certain IP address a few moths prviously as it had been linked to a kiddy porn site A record of the Ip address's are kept on system for months so tracing him would not be a hard thing to do, Whilst there maybe no restrictions it doesnt meran you arent being watched/monitored or even expect a knock on the door months ater you looked at something you shouldn have been
 

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