Monday, June 23, 2008

Storm Track Appeasement: France Gives Leftists Wet Dream

It’s a known and successful strategy used by Lefties and Islamic appeases. If they don’t like what they read on the Net they petition for it to be removed. Now they’re getting that strategy government sanction in France under the guise of an anti-porn crusade.

The French state and internet service providers have struck a deal to block sites carrying child pornography or content linked to terrorism or racial hatred, Interior Minister Michel Alliot-Marie announced on Tuesday.

The plan, part of a larger effort to fight cybercriminality, is to go into effect in September when a "black list" will be built up based on input from internet users who signal sites dealing with the offensive material, the minister said.

Under the French plan, internet users, via a platform, will be able to signal inappropriate sites and the state, receiving the complaints in real time, will then decide whether the sites are to go on a so-called black list to be passed on to internet service providers to enforce site blocks.


Yeah. And you know the lefties will signal every anti-jihadi site they can find. But that can’t happen here – right?

The announcement comes on the heels of a similar deal in the United States, also announced Tuesday. There, three service providers - Verizon, Sprint and TimeWarner Cable - have agreed with New York state officials to block child pornography sites nationwide.

It’s all about the children. Good. Now let’s block those jihadi sites and those who run them. Those that our children will have to fight some day.

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1 Comments:

  • WC, please email me at this address: markalexander1 at btinternet.com I have something to discuss with you. I think you ought to know about it.

    By Blogger Mark, at 5:54 PM  

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