*Friday filler: Filtering on the internet & on search engines

Screen shot 2009-09-29 at 23.25.41Flipping through the slides of Joris v. Hoboken‘s presentation which he held on the 4th Gikii conference about  weel ago I stumbeled across a very interesting website. The “Open Network Initiative” states that it is its mission to identify and document Internet filtering and surveillance, and to promote and inform wider public dialogs about such practices.

Did you -for example- know that Google does not display search results for credit card numbers?


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