Yet again the UK government weighing in on a subject it has proven time and time again to know nothing about but then many MPs dealing with this stuff appear to have their wages dependent on them not understanding it. The main ISPs are notorious for over-blocking stuff…
“How dare these villains interfere with our dastardly plans!”
I was wondering how their Great Britannic Firewall could possibly work when anyone could point their name server at 22.214.171.124 rather than the ISP’s DNS, but obviously the ISPs do deep packet inspection and interfere.
Do the ISPs have any restrictions on who they can sell their users’ information on to? The way that they’re squealing, there’s money involved.
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