From 30 April 2009, but valuable. It is about the UK Internet Watch Foundation, that self-regulatory body (yet using taxpayer’s money), filtering the internet. We had already questioned the transparency of the filtering. The IWF own report does not reassure much about the utility of its role, not about the criteria it uses to do its job.

Child Porn Blacklist Group Claims Its Approach Is Working, But There Are Lots Of Questions(TechDirt, 30 April 2009)

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About Audrey Guinchard

Senior Lecturer @ University of Essex (UK)
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