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Re: U.S. begins censoring Internet at U.K.'s request

     On Sat, 06 Nov 2010 16:03:24 -0500 David Carlson <carlson.dl@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>On 11/6/2010 1:02 PM, Scott Bennett wrote:
>>      I wrote:
>>> http://news.antiwar.com/2010/11/05/us-censors-muslim-websites-list-of-=
>>>     Using exit "chuckthecanuck" gives a Google (!) error page, saying =
>>> not found.  I'll add that exit to my ExcludeExitNodes list with a comm=
>>> that the reason is due to DNS hijacking that is probably related to U.=
>>> censorship.
>>      I changed my mind.  I'm adding {ca},{uk},{us} to my ExcludeExitNod=
>> list with an appropriate comment for later removal in case the U.S. eve=
>> calls off its War on the Internet. :-(
>How do we know whether that article is accurate, and if it is, is it a

     Have you tried it?  The name servers still resolve the name to an address,
but attempts to reach the address, either by name or by IP address, in a web
browser yield only a Google error page.

>single event or a result of a change in policy.  How could it have been
>implemented anyway?
     Routing table fraud seems a likely modus operandi.

                                  Scott Bennett, Comm. ASMELG, CFIAG
* Internet:       bennett at cs.niu.edu                              *
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* -- a standing army."                                               *
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