Outrageous and puzzling!


(Rob D) #1

This topic is not exactly specific to RW, but it should be of interest to all web developers and web users.

According to this article, the Supreme Court of Canada came up with the outrageous decision that a country has the right to prevent the world’s Internet users from accessing information. Mind you – not just within the country, but world-wide!

This decision opens up a Pandora’s box of a global Internet censorship… And it questions the sanity of that court’s members…


(Brandon Scott Corlett) #2

That does seem like it could cause some problems.

I actually have a Raspberry Pi setup to broadcast a Wi-Fi AP that’s passes through a Tor proxie.

I like to manually set the country that my IP Address appears to cine from so that I can see what its like to brief the internet from that country.