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Advice on Broadband provider
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On Mon, 18 Aug 2003 11:25:33 +0100 and in article
: On Mon, 18 Aug 2003 10:57:38 +0100, chris wrote:
: They ban you from swearing there though, censoring f***s.
: It's like being back at school again.
: Thats another plus point to the site.
It is? I think the general consensus is it's net nannying in the
extreme - the likes you would expect from AOL or BTinternet!
Use a string of four letter words in a pub and it's likely that you'll be
asked to leave. So what's the difference ?
How can disallowing obscene language be classed 'netnannying'
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