Tuesday, 19 November 2013
Cameron Is So Cocksure And Stupid, So As To Wave The False Flag Of 'Child Porn' And 'Paedophiles' In Public
" i.e. The actual Problem: Reaction: Solution ... and it is has nothing to do with 'paedophiles', images or the like, at all."
The OSC, 2013
19 November 2013
Cameron ropes in GCHQ to tackle online child abuse images
"The UK Prime Minister says that GCHQ experts will focus on paedophiles [sic] using peer-to-peer networks on the 'dark web'.
GCHQ will be ordered to crack down on online child abuse images being shared across the internet, David Cameron, the UK prime minister has said.
Talking to BBC Radio 2, Cameron said the "techniques, ability and brilliance of the people involved in the intelligence community," will be "brought to bear on these revolting people sharing these images on the dark net and making them available more widely."
"That expertise is going to be brought to bear to go after on these revolting people sharing these images on the dark net and making them available more widely," he said.
The UK's major internet monitoring service, Internet Watch Foundation (IWF), is investigating illegal child abuse images on restricted parts of the internet that it does not have access to.
IWF CEO Susie Hargreaves hailed everything that Google and Microsoft are doing to eliminate online child sexual abuse from the internet.
"From April, our team of analysts will be proactively seeking child sexual abuse content using their accrued experience and intelligence," Hargreaves said."
Monday 18 November 2013
David Cameron promises to direct intelligence services to investigate 'dark net' of paedophiles [sic]
With continued help, from you, Jim, of course.
Monday 18 Nov 2013 9:30 pm
Google barriers ‘won’t prevent’ paedophiles [sic] downloading child abuse images
Wednesday 8 January 2014 13.13 GMT
What does David Cameron's Great Firewall look like?
"The PM panders to parents' fears, offers false hope, and imposes a regime of unaccountable censorship
Parents who rely on the filter are living in bubble of false security.
Getting to say "I told you so" isn't actually as nice as you might expect. Back in November 2012, I predicted that the mandatory, opt-out porn-filters under discussion in the Lords would both underblock (letting things through that you wouldn't want your kids to see) and overblock (misclassifying non-pornographic sites as pornographic and blocking them). I thought it was a good argument, but the PM apparently doesn't read the Guardian (or doesn't care about reason when there are political points to be scored). Last summer, David Cameron and the DCMS mandated that ISPs would have to switch on their customers' content filters (to block everything from "extremism" to "esoteric content") by default, and only deactivate them if the customer rang up and demanded it."
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