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+ - UK government crowd-sourcing censorship->

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angry tapir
angry tapir writes "The U.K. public can report "terrorism-related" Web sites to authorities for removal from the Internet under a new program launched by the British government. The program is a way in which the government is seeking to enforce the Terrorism Acts of 2000 and 2006, which make it illegal to have or share information that's intended to be useful to terrorists and bans glorifying terrorism or urging people to commit terrorism."
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