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Blogposts tagged censorship

  • Presentation From Talk at Open Source Days 2012

    by Tykling @ March 28, 2012

    Jeg var inviteret til at fortælle om censurfridns på Open Source Days 2012. Jeg er naturligvis altid glad for at komme ud og sprede det gode budskab. Jeg var lidt nervøs, men det gik rigtig godt, og efter foredraget var der god debat om DNS blokering og om min DNS tjeneste. Tak til de omkr...


  • Interview about DNS censorship of grooveshark.com in todays Politiken

    by Tykling @ November 13, 2011

    This friday I got a phonecall from Mikkel Vuroela from Politiken. He wanted to ask a few questions for a story he was writing. The story was about Rettighedsalliancen (formerly known as AntiPiratGruppen) wanting to DNS censor the music streaming service Grooveshark. The fu...


  • Interview in Todays Politiken

    by Tykling @ October 01, 2011

    This Thursday Jakob Sorgenfri Kjær from the Danish newspaper Politiken called me and asked if he could ask a few questions about censurfridns.dk in connection with the EU approval of the new Danish gaming law. I agreed, and the interview resulted in a story in today's print edition of Politiken. The frontpage of the printed newspaper has


  • DNS-censoring Illegal Pharmaceutical Vendors - 24hdiet.com Blocked

    by Tykling @ September 30, 2011

    On 10 May 2011 the Danish Folketing adopted the bill L118 called "Draft Law amending the Law on drugs and the law on medical devices." The law was adopted by 110 votes for and 2 votes against. The law has the subtitle "Strengthening the enforcement effort agai...


  • DNS Censorship of Gambling Websites

    by Tykling @ September 30, 2011

    Tuesday september 20th the EU commission approved the Danish bill L202 with no changes, which means a new category of censored sites on the Danish internet providers DNS servers. L202 was unanimously approved in the Danish Folketing in 2009 with

    Boycutting the national collection for Save the Children Denmark

    by Tykling @ September 04, 2011

    Today is the first Sunday of September, which is the day of the national collection of Save the Children Denmark. I have this poster on my door, hopefully I am not the only one. For the English speakers, here is my own translation of the text on the poster: "Save the Children is censoring the Internet in...


  • Five and a half years of stupidity - follow the money

    by Tykling @ January 13, 2011

    Since the fall of 2005 the Danish Internet providers has semi voulentarily been a part of Save the Children Denmark and the National Danish Police forces blocking of pages that contain child-abuse images. That's five and a half years and I feel like it is time to take a step back and consider why we accept this censorship. The website of the


  • Blocking bad content does not equal doing good things

    by Tykling @ October 23, 2010

    One of the reasons most people initially like the idea of blocking child abuse images online is very basic: Blocking something bad, equals doing something good. The less bad stuff we can see online, the better. This is a common misconception. There is nothing good about blocking content that should never be online in the first place. The right t...


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