[LINK] Fyi: RSACi/ICRA developments
Wed, 14 Mar 2001 16:25:44 +1100 (EST)
--- Danny Yee <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: >
> This is the case for pretty much all existing censorship systems -
> United Colours of Benetton gets to publish burglary instructions,
> but student newspapers get jumped on for the Art of Shoplifting,
> some large publishers have special relationships with the OFLC,
> What makes you think ICRA is going to be any different? (Remember
> "special category for news sites" debacle?)
These are assumptions about ICRA that there are special allowances
for large publishers of Internet content. You have no evidence to
back these up at all. So quit the crap and deal with reality, not
what might be.
You have a good point about Yahoo only labelling their front page and
the label not applying to any other page it seems, but quit while you
> So I think anyone with "block by default" on will be pretty much
> to use Yahoo. They can type search queries in, but the results
> be blocked because search.yahoo.com is unlabelled, and they won't
> able to access the unlabelled dir.yahoo.com.
Yes, this is true, without trying as far as I know you are right. But
then that has always been the case. In IE at least, the supervisor
can OK to always allow an unrated page through, but then the best
idea if I was using it, would be to allow unrated sites through.
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