[LINK] censoring dynamic content
Sat, 19 Feb 2000 20:24:21 +1100
Danny Yee wrote, in part:
> * take a copy of one of the known "bad" images; break it up into 100
> smaller images; reassemble them randomly using a cgi script; ...
Hmmm. Have a bunch of 1x1 pixel images hosted in Australia, and
then have an HTML file hosted overseas assembling them into something
which is clearly contrary to the BSA . . .
. . . or host some of those images offshore just to make it more complex
for the poor people who have to enforce this stupid law.
Then have multiple such sets of 1x1 pixel images scattered on multiple
servers in Australia and overseas, with the overseas server randomising
where it gets a particular coloured pixel from.
Or an image file broken into pieces such that all the non-BSA-offending
sections (arms, shoulders, bed . . . ) are in image files hosted in
Australia, and then the naughty bits (pubic hair, nipples etc.) is
mapped as individual one pixel images which are hosted in multiple sites
all over Australia.
Then, the ISP hosting a user web site containing a single brown or pink
1x1 graphics file might get a Take Down Notice . . . .