Cameron's porn filter blocks tech sites -

It is just as we predicted, David Cameron's wonderful "save the children" porn filter is just another attempt by the Tories to prevent people finding out information.

The first person to notice that Cameron had stopped people reading his site was tech writer Peter Hansteen from Norway. For no other reason that Hansteen could think of, Cameron had declared bsdly.net out of bounds.

The only reason he could find was that once he wrote a story which refered to a picture of "a blonde chick with a cute pussy". It turned out that the picture in question in fact was of baby poultry and cats.

The site is mainly tech content, with some resources such as the hourly updated list of greytrapped spam senders.

The national Norwegian Unix Users' group web site www.nuug.no was blocked, and we assume that Cameron does not want people finding out about that nasty communist Open Sauce.

Www.usenix.org, the main site for USENIX, the US-based but actually quite international Unix user group has also turned out to be apparently blocked in the parental control regime.

Basically Cameron finds Unix and Linux immoral and something children should not be allowed to see.

Of course Cameron has blocked the Electronic Frontier Foundation - after all the last thing you want is your kids to find out that he is taking their liberties away like an evil Santa.

Also gone is amnesty.org.uk. Yep, Cameron was dumb enough to censor Amnesty International, because it disagreed with Teresa May's decisions on extradition.

Apparently slashdot.org is blocked by the Parental Control regime, along with linuxtoday.com and blogspot.com. Arstechnica is also gone, and the www.openbsd.org and its rival the www.freebsd.org, which is the home site of FreeBSD. Gone is www.geekculture.com. www.linux.com.

We would have thought that these bodies and groups would have a case for suing the government. After all it is interfering with free trade for absolutely no reason. As it is kids of today are ignorant and self-absorbed and now it seems that Cameron wants to keep them that way.