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    I mean we can always talk about children in Africa, so popular topic and everybody use it to cover. First, I am not a God or King or Queen or.... and what I am trying to do is to do a little, what I can do. So please stop writing about "who gave me this right" etc. I need concreet answer for concrete problem no time for this discussion

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    I mean, did you make any donation? Its always easy to use this popular topic about African children and etc. I am not a God, or Kng or Queen or ..... I have concrete topic I wnat to discuss no time for other things. Anybody can help?

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    Brother, you can't, short and simple. Look at the "Great Firewall of China". It is controlled and run by the government and even with all the resources at their finger tips, they can't stop it or control it.
    Find another cause to fight for.

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    for all any of you know, there's a language barrier and he just wants to prevent people from looking at illegal **** on his network. Most of you probably do that too.

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    I <3 Porn

    I </3 Khazakstan.
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    This must be part of the Cultural Learnings for America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan.

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    1803,

    You seem to be trying to find a "solution " for a non-existent problem.

    Your country already has a state telco monopoly and filters content, so why not talk to your government?

    http://arstechnica.com/news.ars/post...month-dsl.html

    $3,355 (USD) a month to visit pr0n sites?.................. I don't think so

    EDIT:

    As SodaPopinski has shown, there is filtering software available for desktops and servers.

    What you have to consider is how to keep the "blacklists" up to date? I honestly don't think that attempting to block pornographic sites at the ISP is an economic starter................. it would demand far too many resources.
    Last edited by nihil; October 4th, 2008 at 10:30 AM.
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    I agree with Soda Popinsky and nihil: use Opendns

    https://www.opendns.com/smb/start

    Create a free account with them and you can choose to filter out globally pr0n sites

    -This is your best choice for now

    btw, there will never be a foolproof filter for anything on the web except "deny all connections"

    Oh, and Borat approves: http://www.flickr.com/photos/cybele_...ski/296926871/
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    Hmmmm,

    btw, there will never be a foolproof filter for anything on the web except "deny all connections"
    That is very true. You close down a "bad" site and two others open in its place. You pass a law proscribing something and they just move to another country where there is no such legislation, not to mention TOR, anonymous servers and the rest.

    Basically, you cannot legislate morality if people wish to be amoral or even immoral. Which then takes us dangerously close to a debate on the definitions of morality and even "pornography"?

    This sort of thing can only be realistically approached at the individual PC or institutional server level.

    If, for example, I ran a small company, I would seriously consider a "whitelist" approach.................... "This is what you can look at and nothing else. If you can demonstrate that it interferes with your legitimate activity, then I will change the rules".

    I think it is possibly time for another "Economics, Politics, and Reality 101"?

    1. We are dealing with a country of some 16 million inhabitants of whom some 4&#37; actually have internet access. I have no details of how many of these access points are private as opposed to institutional.

    2. My current, personal, private, connection would cost $22,000 (USD) per month.

    3. What price that the people visiting these pr0n sites are rather well established with the authorities?

    4. If you "mess with the Man" only one thing will happen?........... you will be found face down in a back alley covered in dogshit with a chalk line drawn around you (CSI........... in Kazakhstan?.......... forget it)

    1803 be careful with what you are trying to stir up
    Last edited by nihil; October 4th, 2008 at 06:03 PM.
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