[LINK] censoring dynamic content
Sat, 19 Feb 2000 10:23:46 +0000
Robin Whittle wrote:
> 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 . . .
That would be a HUGE HTML file ;)
Melbourne's teenagers.com.au (?) simply moved their pages to an American
Isn't that simpler?
I'm wondering about password-protected sites, of even more complex,
digital certificate authorised sites. In either case, can the ABA
compel someone to hand over their username+password or digital cert
so they can evaluate a site?
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