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This is a link post Cleanternet
A satirical swipe at the EU plans for site blocking systems.
(, Sun 25 Apr 2010, 20:28, , Reply)
This is a normal post clicky
i like this.
(, Sun 25 Apr 2010, 20:59, , Reply)
This is a normal post Is it satire or real?
I'm not sure you can tell where the EU is concerned. A bit more info on the website would be handy.
(, Sun 25 Apr 2010, 21:16, , Reply)
This is a normal post I agree
The website itself says that it "supports" the idea.

The video contradicts this but not every tom dick and harry can see the satire in the video.
(, Sun 25 Apr 2010, 22:12, , Reply)
This is a normal post what a fantastic video.
very high level of production. and the tone is spot on. :)
(, Sun 25 Apr 2010, 21:30, , Reply)
This is a normal post I've just glimpsed the future.
And I'm scared.
(, Sun 25 Apr 2010, 23:08, , Reply)
This is a normal post "North Korea, China and Iran are already using successful filters"
And soon, Australia might join that illustrious trio in their noble efforts to protect their people from pedos (and awkward political leaks).
(, Mon 26 Apr 2010, 0:08, , Reply)
This is a normal post Remember the Darth Google video?
I'm convinced this is by the same people. From the graphics down to the indeterminate Australasian lady voice over. But then again, I have been wrong about things. Turns out the BNP were racist after all. Still, at least they have an opinion on immigration. Does that make them bigots? What is a bigot? No, really. I left school at 14. I thought he called me a big gut.

(, Fri 30 Apr 2010, 20:25, , Reply)
This is a normal post cleanternet
when its reality a 2nd serect internet w/ piratebay and 4chan will come back within a few months
(, Sun 2 May 2010, 1:12, , Reply)
This is a normal post Very well done
.. but as someone above already said, it's a scary view of a potentially very real future. Maybe in 10 or 20 years time we will be telling our kids of the 'golden years' of the internet. This is why the DEB bill getting in so easily with little scrutiny should be much more of a scandal than it is.
(, Wed 5 May 2010, 13:54, , Reply)