Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 17th Jun 2011 18:49 UTC
Privacy, Security, Encryption Oh boy, what do we make of this? We haven't paid that much attention to the whole thing as of yet, but with a recent public statement on why they do what they do, I think it's about time to address this thing. Yes, Lulz Security, the hacking group (or whatever they are) that's been causing quite a bit of amok on the web lately.
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RE: The same Tom?
by Lennie on Sun 19th Jun 2011 09:11 UTC in reply to "The same Tom?"
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Do you mean Solcon can not do filtering anymore ? Eventhough the users want them to do so ? That would be a mistake in the law.

That would also have been a mistake by Solcon as they should have contacted their party or other parties representatives to put an exception in the law. It was very clear that such a law was gonna be created.

The solution to their problems is to start a seperate filtering business.

The ISP can't filter, but they can have a seperate business that puts in filtering at the ISP level and where by the ISP resells the filtering service to the users and bills them accordingly (they just need to make 2 items on their bill).

Edited 2011-06-19 09:24 UTC

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