The Pirate Party: how to bypass the great Australian firewall

If an army of 70-year olds can get around the government's net filter, so can you. Here's how.

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When Exit International wanted to ensure its members could access its pro-euthanasia material, set to be blocked under the government's proposed Internet content filter, [[artnid:342180|it turned to]] the [[xref:http://www.pirateparty.org.au|Pirate Party of Australia]].
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The Pirate Party hates the Internet filter and readily put Exit International in contact with member David Campbell, from Newcastle IT shop ClearComputers.
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The brief? To teach 70-year olds to bypass the Internet filter. Campbell accepted the challenge, and proved breaking the filter is not just child's play. Your grandma can do it too.
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He was kind enough to supply <I>Computerworld</I> with his powerpoint presentation, so the rest of us can always receive unfiltered Internet.
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