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Old 25th December 2010
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Hi,

I want to use OpenBSD as a transparent gateway, an forbid only illegal download like "cracked software, films, streaming, mp3".

Is there a database updated, a sort of list updated that content all website that host illegal content ? like porn database ?

How can i proceed ?
Thank you very much.
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Old 25th December 2010
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I can't comment on a solution, I believe that filters like these do more harm than good.

This is an issue of policy, tell people the rules, and warn them of the consequences if caught breaking them.. loss of privileges, monetary penalty, legal action... grounding.

It's the proper way of going about it, don't block content.
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