[LINK] ACMA Internet Filter List Leaked
tomk at unwired.com.au
Thu Mar 19 22:43:58 EST 2009
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> From: Leah Manta [mailto:link at fly.to]
> Sent: Thursday, 19 March 2009 8:36 PM
> To: Tom Koltai; 'Adrian Chadd'; 'George Bray'; Kim Holburn
> Cc: 'Link'
> Subject: Re: [LINK] ACMA Internet Filter List Leaked
> >Anything else is $250 per hour, and unfortunately there's a long
> >waiting list.
Okay smarty pants...;-) have you got a more current cache that's
publicly available ? And that you want to advertise on a public
> Must be why you aren't making $250 an hour to find out dated info :)
I is though..... the other day I was getting it to talk about stuff that
I wrote in 1993..... Out dated is occassionally IN.
> >offlist to obtain free alternative instructions Hint - Alternative
> >access requires a cache server not located in Australia.
> Tom, even that isn't going to work, at least not now. I have tried
> servers in South Africa, Germany, India, USA, Canada, Ukraine,
> Russia, Japan, Chile, CZ, France, Italy, UK ...
Ahhh so Conroy got to everyone did he ?
> At 05:53 19/03/2009, Tom Koltai wrote:
> >So Im afraid my next commercial rollout - wait for it - wait
> for it....
> >Will be a mobile based service offering..... That will offer
> >international gateways for ALL content via ubiquitous transparent
> >global cache routing.
> >This unfortunately obviates any attempt by any one country to filter
> Really? You seem to be about, ooooh, 10 years behind!
Actually no. I presented the concept at Nanog 10 in open session - I
think that was the Tampa Florida in May or June '97.
It just takes extreme conditions sometimes to get a business case up - A
good BP is about timing and opportunity.
As Peter Sellers would say... Rythym and Blues.
>There is already a great resource that does just that! Used by
> and Spies from all around the world.
Gee and I thought it was just the old hackers and microsoft engineers
that had clue.
> Ha! A LOT of people read Link :)
Yes but most probably don't look under the hood that often. Layer 7 _IS_
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