From the Open Observatory of Network Interference via Slashdot.
10minutesaperdre.fr/ French funny news website
bbcprofit.com/ Financial advice website
cosmopolitan.com/ Cosmopolitan is an international magazine for women.
el-annuaire.com/ French website index
elu24.ee/ Estonian news portal
girlpower.it/ Italian women advice web
hackbase.com/ Chinese computer security website
hackforums.net/ Computer security Forum
hltv.org/ Sports news website
ir-tci.org/ Iranian Forum
kath.net/ Religious news site
livesports.pl/ Polish sports news website
logicalmedia.com/ Logical Media is an Affiliate Network.
nullrefer.com/ Hide Refer hides the visitors’ refer[er] from being seen by other websites
p.tl/ Japanese URL shortening service
pitsirikos.net/ Greek political blog
sougouwiki.com/ Japanese wiki
statsie.com/ Website statistics collection site
titan007.com/ Chinese sports news website
torproject.org The Tor Project is dedicated to prov[id]ing anonymous secure communication
whatreallyhappened.com/ [non main stream] ...news site
wiki-live.com/ Online Article directory
wjunction.com/ Webmaster Hangout
www.chartsinfrance.net/ French pop music hit list
yusukebe.com/ Japanese blog
zonebourse.com/ French economics and financial news site
"...Web Guard is supposed to inhibit access to content that falls under the following categories: Alcohol, Mature Content, Violence, Drugs, Pornography, Weapons, Gambling, Suicide, Guns, Hate, Tobacco, Ammunition" says the OONI. Interesting that sites that would merit an R or X rating were they films are listed twice.
I know from experience that the inclusion of political websites is so extensive as to imply no error in algorithm. All prepaid (read: anonymous) accounts are subject to this infantilizing of the T-mobile version of the Web, or the T-Web (pronounced 'tweb'), as Mr. Corporanon dubbed it.
'Hello. This is T-mobile.... May I help you? ....You say you want out of the T-Web? No problem! We value our customer's satisfaction and will be happy to remove that for you! What kind of account do you have? ...Oh, Prepaid, I see. Hold on while I transfer you.'
'Hello. This is T-mobile Prepaid.... May I help you? ....You say you want out of the T-Web? No problem! We value our customer's satisfaction and will be happy to remove that for you! ....To whom am I speaking? What is your address? Zip code? How old are you?'
No anonymous accounts with any ability to surf, if T-mobile can help it.
The OONI has a record of a rather interesting back-and-forth with T-mobile, about what possible justification there could be for having the Tor Project on the list. Well worth the read.
Here's an anecdotal example of the joy of the T-web. Eleven thirty at night in an urban metropolis: two people who smoke tobacco find they have but one cigarette left. One has a T-mobile cell phone with T-Web enabled. Both know there are at least a couple all night tobacconists within reasonable driving distance, but do not know where. A search is performed on the T-Web version of google. Keywords "all night tobacconist" and the name of the city.
The results - all of them - are links concerning various aspects of quitting smoking -- not a tobacconist among them.
Be seeing you.