Network Level Content Blocking (UK) for people who cant be bothered to read the article..

Leigh Porter leigh.porter at ukbroadband.com
Fri Jun 8 10:25:28 UTC 2007


ssshhhhhhh

David Freedman wrote:
> Its too late, you've already admitted that the data exists and can be 
> captured.
>
> This is always where it starts...
>
> Dave.
>
>
> Leigh Porter wrote:
>>
>> Alexander Harrowell wrote:
>>
>>> On 6/7/07, Leigh Porter <leigh.porter at ukbroadband.com> wrote:
>>>
>>>>
>>>> Since only port 80 is passed through the filter then of course 
>>>> there are
>>>> all manor of things you could do to circumvent the filter and this 
>>>> will
>>>> of course always be the case as people will use whatever they can 
>>>> to get
>>>> what they want. After all, all yuo really need to do in order to 
>>>> get all
>>>> the dodgy material you want is to subscribe to a decent USENET service
>>>> and get it all from that.
>>>>
>>>> For what it's worth though it works well for what it is and we 
>>>> certainly
>>>> get a few hits on it.
>>>>
>>>
>>> Have you been asked by the Dibble for the squid's server log yet? It's
>>> the obvious next step - if you had a URL request blocked, obviously
>>> you were where you shouldn't have been. You're either with us...or
>>> you're with the terrorists.
>>
>>
>> I actually removed the code in Squid that logs so it's impossible to 
>> log without significant development work ;-)
>>
>> -- 
>> Leigh Porter
>>
>>



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