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Mandatory internet filtering

By astrojax 2 January 2008 68

Look everyone, Kevin wants to filter the internet.

What I want to know is what effect this may have on sites like RiotACT? Who, exactly, gets to say which site falls which side of the line? On what basis? I actually don’t expect such a place as this would be sidelined, but mebbe dissent will be silenced? Where might this sort of policy proposal stop? Who is out-doing me-too l’il Johnny (god rest his cotton sox) now?

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Deadmandrinking 4:44 pm 06 Jan 08

Hey, if you’re going to Kabul, can’t miss Karachi either.

astrojax 7:39 am 06 Jan 08

i’ve got som hols coming up in march, can you get my tix and accommodation organised by then? i want a room with a spa and sauna, and a pool in the hotel and a bar with drinks with those little umbrellas… just a week, mebbe a stop-over in tehran for shopping? or kabul…

Deadmandrinking 5:56 pm 05 Jan 08

Why? Your mum sending you there? I don’t blame her.

Mælinar 2:29 pm 05 Jan 08

you’re going to Baghdad on vacation! – I can have that arranged actually.

astrojax 8:28 am 05 Jan 08

f’fuck’s sake, maelinar – we’re in ‘strylya. it’s ‘mUm’, ok? 😉

Deadmandrinking 8:32 pm 04 Jan 08

Because she saw your photo and thought, “Ha, what a wimp! If his mum lets him out of the house, you’re going to Baghdad on vacation!”

Mælinar 7:14 pm 04 Jan 08

Well, look, if people can’t be bothered to learn how to protect their kids on the internet – don’t get the internet. Simple!

How come your mom lets you use it then WMD ?

Deadmandrinking 7:06 pm 04 Jan 08

It may not make the list, so you might not have to worry, Mr Evil.

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