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Topic # 58448 12-Mar-2010 10:56
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From:

http://techliberty.org.nz/media-release-nz-government-now-filtering-internet/

"The Department of Internal Affairs has admitted that the internet filter is now operational and is already being used by ISPs Maxnet and Watchdog. It appears that Maxnet have not told their customers that they are diverting some of their internet traffic to the government system to be filtered."

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  Reply # 306527 12-Mar-2010 11:01
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If you want some confirmation/information from WorldxChange please continue here.

If you want to comment on the filtering itself, please use the existing topic: http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=95&topicid=37700







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  Reply # 306672 12-Mar-2010 15:57
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freitasm: If you want some confirmation/information from WorldxChange please continue here.

If you want to comment on the filtering itself, please use the existing topic: http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=95&topicid=37700



Yes, just wanting to find out the deal in regards to Xnet specifically - if anyone knows.

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