Japanese pornographers became embedded deep within a Home Office site advising on the interception of possible terrorist communications. The Home Offices has apparently now removed a link from its Office for Security and Counter Terrorism site, after workers occupying the postal and telecommunications industries got more than …
friendly Japanese advice to UK IT industry
Its nice to see the Japanese providing advice to the UK IT industry through the worthy pages of the Home Office website. The Japanese technicaladvisoryboard (org.uk) NSFW certainly know how to get the attention of Techs everywhere, unlike the Home Office.
There are 92 domains hosted off this IP and at least half of them are porn (if google is translating the japanese right) No idea when someone parked the TAB host on there but its a great jape.
Paris as she has some hot content for the home office too
No comment, just Paris
'porn', 'terrorism' and 'snooping' - who else?
They aren't the onlu one
I've just found the link that the Home Office where linking to and its also on the following sites:
Yahoo Site Explorer and Google Cache are great for amusement at other peoples mistakes.
The link is still there
Well, in the form of PDFs about the Technical Advisory Board anyway.
Thanks to the wonder of PDFs they are available as clickable hotlinks for anyone who is bored of technical advice..
Titles? We don't need no steenking title?
I know there's always been nepotism in government and as long as the job is done I really don't have a problem with it, but you have to wonder if Wacqui Jacqui should have got her hubby in as a web editor after all the recent controversy?
Paris, She demonstrates Ugandan affairs from another part of the Gov web infrastructure.
Wacqie Jacqui's Husband.
Looks like Jacqui Smith's husband is also the web developer for the Home Office website.
Mine's the coat with the tax payer paid porn in the pocket.
... our Government shows its inability to control even what it owns itself, yet still thinks that it can (and should!) control what we can see and download...!
Another cunning plan
>when trying to find out how to fight government warrants
So you click a link to complain about our benevolent dictators and get nicked for child porn.
Just ask her
And she will tell you that everything was within the rules and the link was necessary as evidence-gathering for the upcoming trial of the internets in the court of public opinion.
You mean those girls AREN'T from the TAB?
Dammit [cancels flight to Japan and puts subscription on expenses]
Government IT Security - now there's an oxymoron
You know we want to see it
Were is the Playmobil reinactment of the site?
A new tax?
Maybe this is a hint of things to come. It's clear that a national internet blocklist and a £12 billion datacentre isn't going to do much of anything to stop terrorists, so why is the Home Office so keen on them? Are they planning to generate a new revenue stream by taxing access to pr0n?
Wacky Jacqui or Dirty Jacqui?
Wacky Jacqui or Dirty Jacqui?
re Wacky Jacqui or Dirty Jacqui?
Wait for the Dirty great Whack - we've already had the Wacky great Dirt (well, some of it anyway).
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