Ralph Kyle of Queensland, Australia, finds Tuesday, January 11, 2005 that the law courts trhere have filtered out out website
YOU might be interested to know that in the library at the Queensland Supreme Court, Australia, your website is regarded as a hate site and so is blocked.
This has only come about in the new year, and it is also not possible to access any proxy servers, so as to perhaps overcome such blocking. I am able to access your website at other places, so it is no big deal.
I always use publicly available computers for internet access, and the Supreme Court Library is one good place to go, as it is not particularly over-utilised.
From memory I think that the name of the web filter used is Fortuna, but I am not sure of that. For the sake of interest I would be like to know if there are any ways that such blocking of your website could be overcome in a technical sense.
I could request that it be unblocked, but since, presumably, I am not supposed to be using the computers for other than Supreme Court business, I don't think that would be a good idea. I am actually involved in a matter of litigation at present concerning a family inheritance, so I usually have some sort of legal cover when I am utilising the computers, although the staff could not care less what you are doing.
David Irving comments
YOU can beat filters by a small detour. Instead of for example http://www.fpp.co.uk/books/Dresden/ enter:
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