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Windows 7: ACMA blacklist

20 Mar 2009   #11

Linux CENTOS 7 / various Windows OS'es and servers

maybe our part of the world isn't too bad after all or they haven't yet learned how to shut down sites.

However Paedos etc thats a TOTALLY different matter.

--Prison is too good for them -- that Austrian guy who locked his daughter up for 18 or so years gets an individual Cell with facilities which some of us would consider good for a DECENT business class hotel costing maybe up to 100 USD a night -- and he gets it for free.

I'd chain him to the walls and let him eat his dinner off the floor. He would be allowed out for an hour a day into the town square where the public could chuck things at him like they did in the old days when the criminals were displayed in "The Public Stocks". Perhaps also he should be locked up in the place where he locked his daughter up instead of his "Hotel Suite".

Banning sites isn't the answer anyway -- one can always go via "Proxies" etc etc.

The government (of most countries) just waste time on spending millions (or if you include the Bank rescue schemes - Trillions) of Dollars / EUR / GBB/ KRO etc etc. on totally pointless exercises which they have no more possibilities of controlling than they do of the tides or "The Man in the Moon".

Look at the totally pointless Swedish court case recently -- and that well known "Nautical Site" is still broadcasting loud and clear.

An army of worldwide hackers / computer enthousiasts can always be a zillion steps against the plodding burocracy of oganisations like the FBI (Federal Bureau of Incompetants) and their Scumbag lawyers.

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20 Mar 2009   #12
black dog

7068 64 bit + XP Pro

I thought Xylophone and the twitty little God botherer were going to block the legislation in the Senate.
They won't say who they have on the list, giving wrongly added people no opportunity to appeal. Who would have thought that could ever happen in Australia.
Whats to stop them adding sites to appease the Independent senators to get other legislation passed, or to please ****holes like Murdoch so that he will say nice things about them. The possibilities are endless . Grrrrrrrr
I have voted for them all my life, but never again. The other mob just want the internet improved for farmers, so they wont get my vote either.
Our third world internet access is a sad joke compared to other developed countries and now they want to take away our basic freedoms.
What next, teams of people roaming the suburbs and kicking doors in to see what people have stored on their computers?
Zieg Heil !
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