The government had asked all internet service providers (ISPs) to block illegal websites by the end of 2007.
But firms providing 5% of broadband connections have still failed to act.
Right ... so the government is protecting us. From what, you may ask?
Home Office Minister Alan Campbell said: "In 2006 the government stated that they wished to see 100% of consumer broadband connections covered by blocking, which includes images of child abuse, by the end of 2007.
"Includes" ... well, isn't that just a handy word, then? Is there anything else they are protecting us from? Unfortunately, no-one knows:
So not only do we not know how many mistakes are on the IWF's blacklist, it may be hard even to agree on an objective definition of a "mistake."
These unelected and entirely unaccountable cock-suckers are acting as censors, protecting us from "harm" and even when they make mistakes, they are unlikely to be found out.
And by choosing child porn as the moral justification for this, no-one in their right mind [ipse dixit] is going to argue against it. But given the shroud of secrecy that already surrounds these cunts at the IWF, what happens when something happens that the government wants to keep out of the news? What happens if swearbloggers get up the Prime Mentalist's nose, or Guido discovers something they want to keep quiet? Quick call to the IWF and job's a good 'un.
Still, it's lucky our government is honest and true, and not at all a bunch of totalitarian cunts, like those horrible Chinese!
PS: I hope the entire staff of the NSPCC die lingering deaths from face cancer for supporting this absolute shit.