[LINK] ACMA Internet Filter List Leaked
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Fri Mar 20 00:44:58 EST 2009
At 11:43 19/03/2009, Tom Koltai wrote:
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Leah Manta
> > Sent: Thursday, 19 March 2009 8:36 PM
> > >http://web.archive.org/web/20071212000515/www.wikileaks.org/w
> > iki/Catego
> > >
> > >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
Sadly so far, no. It's like /dev/null has been activated.
However http://tinyurl.com/censorshipau might give you some
clues. And if that fails let me know :) I have it cached - elsewhere :)
> > 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 ?
I'm sure many a Politician would love to claim such fame, but no, I
don't think that Conspiracy Theory is going to fit!
The good news is, as at 13:38 GMT, Access is working again :)
Although it's terribly slow. Now if anyone is interested:
but that's not a banned link right :) I now have a cached copy if
anyone needs one :) It's a VERY VERY boring read to be honest. Why
ANYONE would want to 'click' on any of the links, or even visit the
web sites is beyond me.
But then some people spend thousands a month on premium SMS messages
'chatting' with Girls who are in fact guys using laptops pretending
to be 20-50 different women.
What is curious though is at the very bottom of the list is a link
for medical-systems.info which is nothing to do with anything that
could be banned. Go figure.
I'm sure there are more examples.
> > 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.
Good, this network has been around since before 1994 :)
> >There is already a great resource that does just that! Used by
> > Journalists and Spies from all around the world.
>Gee and I thought it was just the old hackers and microsoft engineers
>that had clue.
Old Hackers? Weren't they all rounded up and tossed into Guantanamo Bay?
I don't know anything about Microsoft Engineers. That title seems
like an oxymoron.
> > Ha! A LOT of people read Link :)
>Yes but most probably don't look under the hood that often. Layer 7 _IS_
Depends on what hood. Seems by the 'Blacklist' many many many people
are looking under one kind of hood.
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