Further evidence how misguided and broken content-based internet filtration is:
So, Ascendance attends a private college that employs a content filter that’s supposed to prevent access to adult websites and things. Depending on what I’ve written in whatever given week or month, my site drifts in and out of accessibility for him through their network.
We worked on the latest Dissection together in a Google document, and when I posted it to the site, he couldn’t see any of the images. So I had him try to get to one of the individual images, and apparently because the URL contains the string “partygirl”, he was unable to access it because the filter considered it “BLOCKED AS ADULT CONTENT”.
That is: His school — which apparently has a bit of a religious bent and wants to prevent its students from accessing “naughty material” or whatever — blocked a fundamentalist Christian comic book as “adult content”.
I’d be laughing aloud if the frustrating stupidity of it wasn’t so damn depressing.