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Re: UK ISPs v. US ISPs (was RE: Network Level Content Blocking)

  • From: Alexander Harrowell
  • Date: Sat Jun 09 20:25:08 2007
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On 6/10/07, William Allen Simpson <[email protected]> wrote:

Sean Donelan wrote:
> UK ISP associations have developed a centralized blocking solution with
> IWF providing the decision making of what to filter.  90% of the UK
> broadband users accept the same "voluntary" decisions about what to filter.
I have not seen any evidence presented that *any* "UK broadband users"
either *know* about or "accept" the "voluntary" decisions of their ISP,
made for them in their 'Net Nanny role.

Could you point to the URL for this scientific polling data?

I learned of it this week from NANOG and UKNOF.