Originally Posted by tunstall birdman
Hence how they were caught out by the Twitter/Facebook riots.
there'll be a riot if they ban / cut the net as thats the only way they can impose there daft policys on net.
virgin has the best policy where its says theres the net and you do with it what you want but if you get caught its nowt to do with us. as if they start blocking this and not the other, it opens a legal mine field of what to block & not BIG BROTHER
Originally Posted by FunkyIguana
Their strategy is one of the only ones that stands a chance of some success though, surely?
when its world wide its very hard as you need to get everyone round the same table table and everyone agrees, that'll cost money to arrange & some won't agree as it will cost them money.
if they block sites here I could just get a vpn to usa to view that site, ok joe blogs might not know about newsgroups & vpn's so it may affect some but if its free people will find a way