ERM! Some very, very strange stuff going on here
I'm very, very confused:
I'm on Virgin, @ home.
http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://www.adobe.com yields links that look like this:
So that's fine.
http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://www.bbc.co.uk yields links that look like this:
THIS MAKES NO SENSE.
1) Why am I (a Virgin Media customer) getting the thus.net filter? I know that thus.net were involved with Cable & Wireless - is this the reason?
2) Why are only the wayback links for bbc.co.uk being affected?
Can anyone else on Virgin confirm if they can find any other sites in wayback that yield thus.net filtered links?!
Are we sure this is not something that's been done by archive.org? Sounds crazy, but this could be an attempt to draw attention to / frame the IWF.
Just to be clear - if someone can confirm that Virgin Media are indeed using the thus.net domain for filter sites I will be the first to cancel my service. If this is the case, they've breached the contract by not providing me the access I pay for.
So, someone help me to confirm exactly what's going on here.