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December 2013

Go Away Cameron: How to Bypass UK’s “Porn” Filter




A Google Chrome internet extension has been published aimed at circumventing a porn filter imposed by the UK government. The new filter has come under fire because it also blocks access to sites that provide advice on sex education and porn addiction. Some tech and civil liberties sites also appear to be blocked by the filter, according to Peter Hansteen, as well as legitimate file-sharing services and news websites like TorrentFreak.

Go Away Cameron is a new Google Chrome extension adapted from Singapore’s “Go Away MDA,” which allowed Singaporean users to circumvent blocked content such The Pirate Bay.

The creator, Singapore-based computer science graduate @nubela, said that he did not have a list of the banned sites, the add-on simply picks up the government block and bypasses it.

“I don’t have, nor will I ever have, an exhaustive list of UK banned sites. What I can…

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Kindness for Killers

A light dusting

Stupid bloody teachers.

Christmas is a special time especially for children. It should be a happy time where they experience fun not only at home during the holiday season, but at school in the run up to the holidays.

I was absolutely horrified to be informed by my ex wife that our daughter who is aged 7 was excluded from her school Christmas party on the grounds that she didn’t finish a particular piece of school work during the day.

My daughter is a great listener, she loves to learn new things and is not prone to bouts of misbehaviour. She likes to read and is advanced for someone of her age at her reading and oratory skills, but she tends to be quite slow at writing.

For her teacher to punish her in this way has me angry for a number of reasons. I don’t feel as if the ends justify the means, especially at this time of year, and I don’t feel that the punishment fits the crime, not that there was any crime being committed to begin with, other than the fact my daughter is slow at writing. What saddens me more than anything else is the longer term implications of an unjustifiable action by the teacher and what could happen if a child’s confidence is knocked.

My ex wife has written a rather good letter to the school in question, and I would hope this teacher is punished for not following the schools mission statement.

When I was my daughter’s age I got punished and humiliated by the head of the school I attended for a ‘crime’ I didn’t commit. Back then in the UK we had corporeal punishment and children were allowed to be beaten physically, I know from first hand experience what that felt like and the impact it had on me, not just as a child but as I grew into a young man. Granted we don’t have such draconian measures in place in schools anymore, and I agree with warranted punishment even in our modern schools especially if the behaviour warrants it, just not in this case.

An unjust punishment even if its non physical is equally barbaric in my mind.

Food bank debate shows yet again the government’s argument has no substance

Vox Political


By now, we should all know how these Opposition Day debates go – but Wednesday’s discussion of food banks was one of the best examples I’ve heard.

The form goes like this: The relevant Labour shadow minister launches the debate, quoting the facts that support the argument (in this case, that the rise of food banks is a national disgrace and the Conservative-Liberal Democrat government’s policies have caused it), the government denies the charge – always with the same feeble excuses, backbenchers queue up to tell their own damning stories of what has happened to their constituents… and then the government wins the vote because its members have been whipped to vote against the motion, rather than because they believe it is wrong.

The food bank debate was textbook. Not only did it carry all these features, but:

  • The Secretary of State responsible, Iain Duncan Smith, declined to speak at all…

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Christmas cancelled for Gloucester disabled family after dad falls through benefit net

White out

Tory Council Sends Out ‘disgusting, threatening and insulting’ Christmas Card

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