Re: Debian-Women webpage possibly filtered by Telefonica
--- Miriam Ruiz <email@example.com> wrote:
> --- Javier Candeira <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > I have been reading about Canguro.net, the
> > Telefonica filter. It is a
> > "client-server" thing (their description, not
> > i.e. the filter does
> > not run on our computers, but on their proxies.
> > That means, among other thing, the list filtered
> > sites can't be
> > reverse-engineered or decrypted, as US
> > hacker-activists have done with
> > netnanny and other products.
> > It also means the technology to filter web content
> > is already in place, at
> > least in Spain. Doubly so as Telefonica, as the
> > incumbent monopolist of
> > yore, is the wholesale provider of DSL connections
> > for other DSL vendors,
> > thus having 99% of Spain's DSL lines.
> > Nice, eh?
> > Before I call the Telefonica press people with my
> > questions, will someone
> > please post a screenshot of what you see when
> > to access the
> > debian-women website?
> > -- javier
> I'll try to get you an screenshot or something as
> as I can. I couldn't see my friend yesterday
False alarm. It seems my friend could see the page
today. Dunno if the filter is removed or something
happened the other day that prevented him to access
it. The problem seems to be solved now.
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