2009/2/23 Robert Sweetnam <linux at sweetnam.eu>
> David Guerin wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>>> I came across this a few minutes ago after a friend sent me the link....
>>>>>>http://www.sbpost.ie/post/pages/p/story.aspx-qqqt=NEWS-qqqs=news-qqqid=39782-qqqx=1.asp>>>> This absolutely discusses me... How dare a single company dictate the
>> for a county (and it really does effect the country), so they censor your
>> Internet traffic. They can choose a site that they feel you should not be
>> allow access to and they simply send an email to Eircom and tell them to
>> block the site...There you go half the country will not be able to get to
>> that site.
>>>> At first I think they intend to block The Pirate Bay, which does not just
>> hold copyright material either.
>>>> Does this infringe on your rights? It must infringe on something...
>> Anyone have any thought or ideas?
>>>>>> They may as well go ahead and block Google and all the other search engines
>> Part of me wonders if this is just a shoddy interpretation by the reporter.
Indeed, ah it just really bothers me that this can even possibly happen...I
have read a couple of other articles with the same sort of outlook.
Its like the music companies read all your post before you get it...And
taking out the letters that they feel might hurt their business.....And that
would never happen.
I don't think that any single entity should have the right to do this.....
It must be against some freedom of information law or something...
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