December 20th, 2013

How to Get Round Dave’s Porn Block

Porn blocking has claimed its first victims: stopping users from reaching the deep dark parts of the internet like the Lib Dem LGBT website and Guido, among others. TalkTalk and BT are now getting it in the neck for blocking rape crisis centres and gay lifestyle sites. Who could possibly have predicted the filters wouldn’t work.

Fortunately there is a solution. GoAwayCameron.co.uk lets you install an extension on your Chrome browser so you are free to access blocked sites. Which basically means 15 year olds don’t have to tell their mum they want to access porn after all. Politicians not understanding the internet, who would have thought it.

Meantime until everyone installs porn blocker hacks it would be much appreciated if the boffins at T-Mobile could remove http://www.Order-Order.com from their porn blacklist. Guido doesn’t want to have to sue them for loss of earnings…

UPDATE: 


93 Comments

  1. 1
    Raving Loon says:

    There are 2 types of people in the world: those who admit to watching porn, and those who are liars.

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  2. 2
    Claire Perry says:

    How do I tell Dave?

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  3. 3
    Pollytwaddle says:

    God, they’re idiots.

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  4. 4
    Anonymous says:

    Was ‘Porno’ Perry consulted before rolling this out?

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  5. 5
    Anonymous says:

    Is Guido really a porn website? I never realised, and certainly couldn’t see myself getting off on it. No offence intended …

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  6. 6
    HoC Pigs in the Trough says:

    Thanks for that very useful info how to get round these bloody porn filters
    we can now all get back to our educational surfing, purely in the public s
    interest & nothing else….

    How could you filthy stinking masses of plebs believe anything else…!!

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  7. 7
    Blue Peter Goldfish says:

    The Governments approach to IT is childlike, next they will be throwing a few more £Billion at the ‘problem’.

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  8. 8
    Lord Stansted says:

    You can also use a proxy, like https://hidemyass.com .
    It’s not perfect but will beat crap BT.

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  9. 9
    Claire Perry says:

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    • 12
      Claire Perry says:

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    • 13
      Claire Perry says:

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      • 28
        Anonymous says:

        Perhaps the conservatives should start sending their MPs on computer courses for things other than twitter.

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      • 38
        Oh Claire babe, so wanting you hun says:

        Why is the porn filter still permitting Claire Perry to appear on my monitor? Does it not filter descriptions like ‘bitch’?

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      • 43
        Everyone who isn't a moron says:

        There is nothng interesting about censorship.

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      • 83
        Ex-Tory Voter says:

        That’s because it is censorship. Whether customers have a choice or not someone in a position of power is deciding what they can and cannot see by criteria which is ambiguous at best, secretive at worst.

        You bullied the ISPs into this on behalf of brainless Cameron, Nanny Government Mk.II and a hysterical minority of weenies so that the rational, adult majority have to jump through your censorship hoops because some parents are incapable of supervising their brats properly.

        Censorship, Perry, censorship and it is you, a supposed member of a supposed conservative party, who is responsible for this state meddling. You should be in the Labour party which is clearly your spiritual home. This voter, who in forty years has always voted conservative, won’t be voting for your party ever again.

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    • 63
      Aethelred says:

      What we actually need is a filter to stop all the red-tape from Brussels. Every MP should be fitted with a legislation filter.

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  10. 10
    Simples says:

    Just stop people using the mouse with their left hand.

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  11. 11
    Surr Nob Skelpoff says:

    Australia tried to filter naked Shielas and Bruces from their ‘net but it turned out to be an abject failure…Cameron could have saved him self looking an even bigger twat, if he taken the touble to listen to anyone with a modicum of IT knowledge. But no, you had to keep those knees jerking and now look ——-> GoAwayCameron indeed, HaHaHaHaHa. Why not be more ambitious and go for TossOffCnutFace next time?

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    • 64
      Anonymous says:

      You could set up TossOffCnutFace yourself and re-direct it to GoAwayCameron.

      Don’t wait for someone else to do it.

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  12. 15
    C.O.Jones says:

    In a few minutes Bubba gets his Christmas present.

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  13. 16
    Anonymous says:

    The nude painting (removed for rear of offending Muslims) featured in the article in the ‘Seen Elsewhere’ section, up there ↑ and there → looks like David Cameron.

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    • 32
      Del Boy says:

      Why do you not just put up a notice:

      “Warning: A picture of a nude woman is just in front of you. If you are Muslim please do not proceed forward; if you have to proceed forward then please close your eyes to avoid any offence being caused.”

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  14. 17
    Gawd Help Us says:

    “Guido doesn’t want to have to sue them for loss of earnings…”………….you mean you get paid, that’s a novel concept in Dave’s Big Society, the world of interns and zero hours contracts.

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  15. 19
    Malcolm Muggeridge says:

    So if you have a web site and people are prevented from logging in thanks to Cameron and his blockers your can sue the taxpayer yet again.

    Brilliant !

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    • 26
      Sweet Mary and Joseph Solicitors says:

      No win non fee litigation is our forte despite the insurance industry trying to finish us.

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  16. 21
    Ham Jam Chowder says:

    The BBC is my friend. I love talking about sharia law on the BBC.

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    • 29
      The BBC says:

      We love giving the oxygen of publicity to misogynist racist homophobes.

      It’s due to the unique way we’re funded.

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      • 84
        Only chavs shop at Tesco says:

        Yep – and some poor sod who used the word “golliwog” has been told he’s likely to face police action.

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  17. 22
    Anne Orak says:

    “Politicians not understanding the internet, who would have thought it.”

    The Internet has a capital I.

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    • 58
      Bet number 10 doesn't have a filtered net says:

      “The Internet has a capital I.”

      I’m not sure whether that’s boringly pedantic or deeply philosophical. The way things like Farcebook and Twatter let nonentities masturbate their egos in public 24×7 suggests the internet doesn’t just have a capital I but a 144 point illuminated one.

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    • 77
      'uCkIn pEdaNts says:

      No it doesn’t.

      If you’re going to be a pedant at least try to be a correct one.

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  18. 23
    What a Twat says:

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    • 25
      Update says:

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    • 30
      Rotherham Politics says:

      Guilty, the machine guns await…………….

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    • 55
      The Court Usher says:

      He wouldn’t get away with that in my court. The correct and serious response to a court is a sign of respect to the wider legal system. His attitude is that of a ‘youth offender’ from some deprived shit-hole not a member of Her Majesty’s Legislature and therefore someone who should have some understanding of his role and his shame in bringing the system into disrespect. Total c_nt I hope he gets sent down for at least 12 months.

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  19. 24
    Sir Nigel says:

    Shame these things don’t block http://www.bbc.co.uk – pointless left wing crap that it is.

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  20. 27
    Update says:

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  21. 34
    A flying seagull says:

    I always said that David Cameron could not be trusted to arrange a piss up in a Brewery.

    Now people are going to realize.

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  22. 35
    Lost says:

    Why can’t I access the SHunthorpe Town page Mr Cameron?

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  23. 36
    Penfold says:

    Nanny statism goes awry.

    This sort of thing is the thin edge of a very big wedge which can and no doubt will be used to control access to information and restrict bodies that an ungrateful government doesn’t like.

    Presumably the Islamic terror sites are totally unaffected…….

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    • 60
      Winston says:

      Quite right. Guido jokes, but this is the beginning of our State (and therefore, the EU, the UN) and their corporate cronies attack on the freedom of the internet. Already, the EU, in true socialist corporatism style, is trying to undermine the success of the likes of airbnb.com, by forcing Govts to restrict private rentals of apartments.

      Stop voting LibLabCon or it will get worse.

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  24. 37
    Jack D says:

    Thanks for this solution Guido. Santiago is waiting.

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  25. 39
    Dave and Perry are soundbite politicians says:

    Would’ve though anyone who has legal content blocked has a right of address through the courts this could cost Dave The taxpayer dear.

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  26. 45
    Orson Cart says:

    There are plugins or add-ons for all browsers to access all blocked sites, or browsers like Tor and the deep web that allow anything with complete security.

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    • 50
      Oh No it's not says:

      The Snowden leaks revealed that Tor is fully open to NSA and GCHQ.

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      • 59
        Orson Cart says:

        Don’t you believe it. Most police and security forces use it specifically because it’s secure. Don’t believe the scare stories, I can assure you they are not true.

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      • 66
        Anonymous says:

        They can track a single person through Tor only by dedicating a vast amount of resources to it.

        If you’re doing something to warrant that amount of attention then you’ve probably got bigger things to worry about.

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  27. 48
    Too fast? says:

    C’mon Guido, keep up.

    3 years.

    Your either in front of Guido…

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  28. 53
    Vicky says:

    Don’t worry Dennis. You get used to the bumming after a while.

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  29. 57
    Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

    The Roma are coming in just 12 days Dave and you’ll be going on 7th May 2015.

    Tick tock!

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  30. 61
    Sky News says:

    Surely this discussion is trivial and our focus should be on Nigella Lawson.

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  31. 67
    Bonzodog says:

    FFS don’t use that so called “Go Away Cameron”
    This is just one of the reviews:

    “This extension is a scam.

    It’s 100% a clone of “Go away MDA”. The website and the extension is a 1:1 copy. This version doesn’t even have code based on anything to do with the UK and is still all aimed at Singapore ISP’s and users.

    Anyone who can read Javascript can check this out themselves by reading the scripts in the extension folder. It’s a scam and people should spread the word fast before he scams more people out of upgrading for something that doesn’t work, and will never work for the UK because it is programmatically impossible for it to do so in its current state.

    Even the domain name for the website is registered to the Singapore idiot behind the scam.”

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    • 68
      Anonymous says:

      It does not need to be programmed specifically for the UK in any way shape or form.

      The program is a smart proxy. It automatically selects a proxy server to allow data to be routed through to bypass you internet providers server. It does not matter what proxy it uses as long as it is one with a decent amount of bandwidth available.

      There’s no reason to call this a scam, it is simply presenting an existing program to a different market. The website is misleading but the functionality of the program is exactly as stated.

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  32. 69
    Anonymous says:

    No extension for us Firefox users?

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  33. 70
    Georgie Osborne's Blue and White Army says:

    If Cameron is as useless as this when it comes to porn filters just imagine what he must be like fighting our corner in EU negotiations.

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  34. 71
    Casual Observer 5 says:

    So this could explain why BT Broadband has been so amazingly shit today.

    Time to call up and give some abuse to a random mong in !ndia.

    At least when Ch!na does this they do not damage their commerce.

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    • 81
      Cinna says:

      BT have had “problems” for quite some time. A visit to their Community Forum will reveal the depth of dissatisfaction with security amongst many of their customers.

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  35. 72
    ghost of internet present says:

    Ha ha. Dave – you are a techno-moron. F*ck off you ars*hole

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  36. 73
    ghost of internet present says:

    use allium sepa.

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  37. 80
    Sam the Skull drinking Buckfast in Maryhill and dodging the Strathclyde constabulary says:

    Go, Guido, Go!

    Independence day is approaching.

    Scotland will be free, England is fücked.

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    • 90
      The Bottle Fed Triplet says:

      “Scotland will be free, England is fücked.” Sorry old bean, you have the countries round the wrong way in that statement.

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  38. 86
    Rob says:

    Thank god, I can still access porn. Thought I might have to rely on the Mail’s website to crack one off…

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  39. 91
    Jaded63 says:

    Talking about porn, and people who like it:

    In After The Party, a collection of reminisces published in 2011 to mark the twentieth anniversary of the dissolution of the Communist Party of Great Britain, Andrew Pearmain writes:

    “I started sleeping with other women on my trips to London, other Communist students and even a Tory member of the NUS Executive whose taste for rough sex really shocked me; she later joined the SDP.”

    He was referring to Anna Soubry.

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  40. 92
    Carolina Creosote-Perez says:

    If you are a drama queen you could activate the filters, throw a massive wobbly then install an addon to bypass the filters you decided to use.

    Or you could not bother to activate the filters (Opt in for existing customers/opt out for new customers) and carry on as normal.

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