June 19, 2006 | Suw Charman Anderson

Film censors want a stab at the net

The British Board of Film Classification want to have stab at classifying content on the net, a Sisyphean task if ever I heard of one. I couldn't agree more with Simon Davies:

Simon Davies, of Privacy International, which campaigns for freedom of expression, told The Times: “It sounds like the most stupid intervention since the registration of fax machines and photocopiers in communist China.”

Board of censors wants net classified - Times Online