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Standard User bob13
(newbie) Tue 31-Dec-13 19:56:44
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Broken website filtering?


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I enabled BT's filtering because I thought it was a good idea in principle anyway.

I wanted to read about Go Away Cameron which is something that can be used to circumvent the filtering when using Google Chrome but BT are blocking access to it:

In reference to www.goawaycameron.co.uk/:
http://www.goawaycameron.co.uk/ has been blocked by BT Parental Controls because the account holder has filters on.

I added it to the allowed websites list in the filtering control panel but BT are still blocking it.

I disabled the filtering but still BT are blocking it.

Is it a fault or has BT banned the Go Away Cameron website?
Standard User Kr1s69
(knowledge is power) Tue 31-Dec-13 20:08:20
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Re: Broken website filtering?


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The site is accessible for me. Never used the BT filtering.

Kris

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Ashington (Northumberland) Exchange
Standard User gomezz
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Tue 31-Dec-13 20:29:36
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Re: Broken website filtering?


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Accessible to me. I turning filtering on last week but turned it off again within minutes. Try deleting the BT cookie(s) and/or using a different browser.

BT Infinity 1 (unlimited)

Edited by gomezz (Tue 31-Dec-13 20:30:54)


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Standard User StephenTodd
(experienced) Wed 01-Jan-14 10:39:09
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Re: Broken website filtering?


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You have to turn BT Filtering off completely before it actually goes away, not just disable it. Turning it off takes a few hours before it starts to have effect.

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Moved (with trepidation turned relief) to BT Infinity 2 for upload speed. Happy BE user for several years.
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