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SubjectRe: tcp/ip filtering
From: Coolio <omnilord@igc.net>

> On the subject of implementing a server based tcp/ip packet filtering
> system...
>
> > Okay, I see the scale of what you are trying to do now.... It would
> > certainly be a neat demonstration!
>
> Yeah! And definetly a bonus for linux, if it became an easily configured
> option (maybe with its own mailing list & constantly updated database of
> "no-no" words & sites...)
[more bullshit deleted]

Sorry to interrupt your conversation, but this has to stop NOW. Linux
is an operating system, not a configurable "network indecency filter".

I can hardly believe that someone calls an automatic censorship module
a "bonus" or a "neat demonstration". That's sick.

--
Michael "Tired" Riepe <riepe@ifwsn4.ifw.uni-hannover.de>
"Beware the storm that gathers here!" (The Prophet's Song)


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