Network Level Content Blocking (UK)

Owen DeLong owen at
Thu Jun 7 14:11:44 UTC 2007

On Jun 7, 2007, at 6:44 AM, Iljitsch van Beijnum wrote:

> [trimmed other lists, not sure if they'd appreciate nanog volumes]
> On 7-jun-2007, at 11:06, James Blessing wrote:
>> As many people are aware there is an 'expectation' that 'consumer'
>> broadband providers introduce network level content blocking for
>> specified content on the IWF list before the end of 07.
> Where is this list, what type of stuff is on it and how do you  
> translate from the real-world identification of that which is to be  
> blocked into some kind of restriction in the network?

Whose expectation is it?  If it is not a LAW, then, ISPs should reset
the expectation and go back to the real problems
of running a network.


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