The ISP Porn Filter or why you cannot have a Unicorn

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After the government have gone to so much effort to pester ISP’s into creating a default filter in order to “protect children” from the evils of the internet (mostly porn), three ISP’s have started implementing it. So what is the result? Well, unsurprisingly really, it turns out the geeks were right and the filter is a deeply flawed idea which doesn’t fix the problem it is meant to, and in fact creates new problems.

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