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A recent article on the UK Government’s plans to introduce ISP level Web content filtering provoked the usual level of interesting responses and heated debate. Unfortunately, the article and some of the responses also contained the usual vitriolic attacks on Web content filtering companies who are “unaccountable, sleazy censorware companies”.
In addition, the myth that it’s impossible to accurately inspect and categorise web content in real-time is perpetuated. The technology to do this is not “science fiction” as the article claims, but is now a reality.
Sorry, no pictures in this Blog post, but given the media frenzy over them, I was curious to see what impact this might have on Web browsing.
A quick check on Google Insights revealed a 100x increase in global search volumes for Prince Harry between Tuesday and Wednesday. In the UK Northern Ireland saw the biggest [...]
Just last month, Microsoft made a bold return to the tablet market with the announcement of a 10.6 inch tablet namedthe Microsoft Surface.
However, tablets are not a new concept and some of the first tablet computers were designed as long ago as the 1960’s (albeit not as powerful or as aesthetically pleasing as current products). Even [...]