What you get when you try to access IT from government computers:

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Access Denied

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Access Denied

The page you tried to access is classified as: PROFANITY

URL: http://internationaltimes.it/?p=10911

  Your IP :   10.96.101.5   Time :   22 May 2012 19:47:06
  Policy Group :   205-0050_Peoples_Network   Filter Server :   nsef3.lgfl.org.uk

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3 Responses to What you get when you try to access IT from government computers:

  1. oolong says:

    Let’s be honest, it is pretty fucking profane.

  2. Editor says:

    I’d have said ‘seditious’.

  3. Dave Tomlin says:

    This is a serious issue and should be investigated further. The opposite to ‘profane’ if used in a religeous sense is generally accepted to be ‘sacred’, and secularly the opposite meaning would be ‘mundane’. What body assumes the right to make this judgement and then impose a censorship? The IT ‘site’ is not profane, although not being discriminatory it may carry some ‘profane’ material. This is called ‘Free Press’. Discuss. Come on, get your fingers out.

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