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Old 2nd December 2011
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that makes sense. but it just seems like instead of playing whack-a-mole with a handful of cyber lockers it would turn into playing whack-a-mole with a million blog posts or forum posts that provide direct links to the IP addresses of the banned sites. there's no reason to use a proxy like some people have mentioned, right?

why can't they just block those IP addresses within the US? forgive the dumb question, I'm sure it's already been addressed and probably has something to do with how the internet works technically, but I'm just curious.

although simply preventing the cyberlockers from showing up in google results would be a huge step and I guess this bill would accomplish that?