|Herdict and the ABC
||[May. 17th, 2009|10:17 am]
In my LiveJournal Posting dated May 13th I wrote (and linked)
DOWNLOAD THE PROGRAM HERE TO CHECK IT OUT (EPISODE 13)
According to Newsweek May 16th 2009
It's still early, but Herdict may also detect if and when service providers begin violating "Net neutrality" rules by restricting or slowing down access to Web sites depending on which ones they do business with. Herdict is also good at revealing cases of geolocational filtering, such as when YouTube blocks content critical of Thai royalty specifically in Thailand. One of the most inaccessible sites, Herdict has found, is the Australian Broadcasting Corp., which, for copyright reasons, prevents users outside Australia from viewing videos online. In time, Herdict may wake up Westerners to the censorship in their backyards.
Herdict Browser Add-On (Berkman Center for Internet & Society Harvard University)
This evening SBS broadcasts the censored Eurovision Song Contest from Moscow Russia.
The Australian Sex Party tweets "I think East Europe still has to evolve thru 80's pop but have porn down pat"
about 12 hours ago from web