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Giuseppe Fioroni, minister of Education speaking of “tightening up the Internet" in La Stampa: “Putting in rules is a pre-requisite of civilization and I hope that Italy for once can lead by example”
Journalist: Do you know that not even the USA has rules like that?
Fioroni: “It seems that there are other countries that have managed to obtain decent filters.”
Journalist: Do you mean the dictatorship in Beijing?
Fioroni: “Yes. Even though our objectives are different from theirs…”

It is thus only an issue of objectives that distinguishes a dictatorship from a democracy. Of course the ends justify the means, perhaps la Margherita and perhaps also pornography. The employee Fioroni had a blog until yesterday. It seems to be read by keen pornography spammers.
Who published in the blog streams of links to porn sites. If the Internet does not allow ignorance for Google, nor does it allow Fioroni porn.
To avoid consequences after having indications from various bloggers, his blog was immediately blacked out.
But the contents of the Blog have been saved and can be seen… (it’s best not to click on the porn links inside the page to avoid getting a virus).
Even Fioroni for his protection and for our protection, has to be sanitized as in China. Just as he wants to do with Google. A preventive censorship. Let his declarations be validated beforehand by Rutelli. Approved by Prodi. Corrected by Sircana. If he still says crazy things, at least the Government will be jointly responsible.

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Ue Peppenie'

Sto compilando un articolo e te lo mando quando e' cotto, ma il principio e' che se e' vero che un innocente cercando redenzione trova una fica perche ha scritto male la URL, e' vero anche che un peccatore puo sbagliare URL ed esserne di conseguenza redento...

Nel frattempo, il fotting rimane lo sport piu salutare che esista!

Segue l'Inglese per chi ne ha bisogno:

Long article being written about this, but in the meantime:

While is true that a mistyped URL can lead a seeker to a Madam instead of a Minister, so is the possibility that the sinner seeking a Madam reaches instead a Minister (in Toto's words: ma che ministro e ministro, lei al massimo e' una minestrina...)with obvious consequences.

In the meantime, scopi chi puo'...

Posted by: Eliahu Gal-Or | December 12, 2006 03:49 PM


I read more today on the paper about internet filters,well as I say before the Australian goernment is spending 100 milllions of dollars to provide free filters for home use for parents that like to filter internet for they kids,with a web support site,I like to see the Italian goverment spending the same amount to provide fast and reliable internet for the Italians

Posted by: evakulnura | December 4, 2006 06:03 AM


the Australian Government will provide next years,free filters for parents to use at home, to make the internet safer for kids,this is not a compulsory filter,it is up to the parents,it is a democratic choice,when the government decide for all is not democratic at all,when Fioroni talk about rules and regulations,who those will be useful to?I'll bet they will try to make some money fron it,amd make it harder for the Italians to use the internet,I'll bet Beppe they will censor blogs like yours,and what are you going to do then?use pigeons?well start training them!

Posted by: evakulnura | December 2, 2006 12:49 AM


How could such a person as Fioroni be elected? He has no clue of what are the principles underneath the functioning of the Internet. Before him, we had Letizia Moratti, minister of education and research, who had _no_ experience of education and research! Italy continues to regress...

Posted by: Amara Graps | December 1, 2006 11:08 PM


Sigh
This was my feeling too.

Posted by: Peppiniello da Capua | December 1, 2006 09:52 PM


A Peppí...
my tone was ironic.

Truth be told, I reckon we have already been put with our arses upwards (thus being eventually assed-fu***d) without waiting for our corpse to exale their last breaths (as the Chinese at least could benefit before becoming bycicle praking rails).

Just analyse the last Italian Finanziaria and you´ll easily recongnise how much we are considered by our ´employees´...

Upon this, I rest my case.

Cheers

Posted by: luigi | December 1, 2006 07:16 PM


Luigi, you mean that the Italians are not far from being buried with their butts outside to park the bycicles when they will die?

Posted by: Peppiniello da Capua | December 1, 2006 06:56 PM


We shouldn´t be surprised of this proposal at all. After all China and Italy share more than it can be inferred by a quick glance.

They have crony capitalism and corruption, we have Prodi, Tonchetti, Berlusconi (and their economical-lobbysh networks).

They eat noodles (rice pasta), we have spaghetti.

They have a single party, the CCP. We have two halves of a party (both coalitions are way too far from being considered as decent ´polical parties´ as any decent political science book would tell).

They banned the press and the internet. We have already accomplished the former, still working on the latter.

In a nutshell, we are definetely closer to China than to other liberal and develop Western countries. This ironic list might proceed bullet-pointing other remarkable similarities. Those who be up to, don´t hesitate and contribute.

Cheers,
Luigi

Posted by: luigi | December 1, 2006 06:37 PM


Peppy: you must learn to knit!
;-)))))))))

Posted by: Raffaella Biferale | November 30, 2006 08:02 PM


Paola: "what do you say....^:/" I say that you are exceedingly generous with him ;-)))

Posted by: Enrico Rossi | November 30, 2006 07:52 PM


Raf:
Because I don't know how to knit and the girl knows it for sure based on the fact that the type of girl selected for this story must be able to complete that task, otherwise the story would fall out of a certain number of options which would contribute to make it less funny.

In my case I am me, therefore I know that I don't know how to knit.

Posted by: Peppiniello da Capua | November 30, 2006 07:51 PM


Peppy: why do you think the girl would be so satisfied that she would finish the knit instead of you???????;-))))))))))))

Posted by: Raffaella Biferale | November 30, 2006 07:33 PM


Enrico,
I have found this article which might give us a vague idea of the "Professor's" profile...:

""De Sanctis-Cacchione syndrome was first described as “xerodermic idiocy” in 1932. This rare syndrome is characterized by xeroderma pigmentosum, microcephaly, profound mental retardation, dwarfism and gonadalhypoplasia. It is inherited in a recessive autosomic fashion.
Mental retardation and photosensitivity are evident since the first months of life""

Do you think this could be our professor???
I seem to remember him from the italian blog during the summer....what do you say....^:/

Posted by: paola filinesi | November 30, 2006 07:27 PM


hey fioroni, did your priest ever tell you that sex is about two people, not just your hand?
god save pornography (and ban fioroni!)

Posted by: paolo margari | November 30, 2006 06:37 PM


Prof. Ermanno De Santiis: Berlusconi, Prodi and the rest of their hoodlums should be sent to Madagascar forever and let a new political class of individuals to start fresh without bad examples around.
Here's how democracy and the basic rights of the Italians will be restored.

As for the funny story, I would f..k the girl and afterward I would let her finish the knit while enjoying the sandwich. I'm not so multitasking.
And, if the knit would be done right I would f..k the girl another time as a treat for a job well done.

Posted by: Peppiniello da Capua | November 30, 2006 06:22 PM


Paola: you could easily exchange Italy with the USA and it would apply even more!!!

Posted by: Enrico Rossi | November 30, 2006 05:48 PM


Paola: LOL LOL LOL!!!!!!!!!!

Posted by: Raffaella Biferale | November 30, 2006 05:44 PM


Prof. Ermanno De Sanctiis: Your comments should be written on toilet paper.

Posted by: Enrico Rossi | November 30, 2006 05:42 PM


I have a funny story for you I hope you like it
:o))

An international research is being conducted in relation to the way of thinking of people of various nations.
In a room there is a table with unfinished knitting on it, a pretty blond girl, and a sandwich.
Each contestant should finish the knit; eat the sandwich and f…k the girl!

First enters the room the American; Eats the sandwitch,f…ks the girl and finishes the knit.
He then explains that in the States people usually start their day with a good breakfast, then a good f…k and then go to work.

Second enters the German; Finishes the knit, then eats the sandwich and last f….ks the girl.
He then explains that in Germany people usually go to work first then eat to get stronger and pleasure comes last.

Next enters an Italian; He asks the girl to begin knitting while at the same time he f…ks her and eats the sandwich!!!
Every one is impressed and so the Italian explains that in Italy in order to eat well you must f….k the working class….

Posted by: paola filinesi | November 30, 2006 05:38 PM


Dear friends from all over the world,


I apologise for our terrible government, our

terrible prime minister and our terrible left-

wing politicians.

This bad situation is due to the so

called "coglioni" voters.

Please, be patient and we will restore a real

democracy with the wise Mr. Silvio Berlusconi,

as soon as possible.

Yours faithfully

Posted by: Prof. Ermanno De Sanctiis | November 30, 2006 05:28 PM


I find it idiotic.
Internet must be totally free, (after all is the only spot of freedom that remain us), and democracy is not a matter of objectives but of method. The democratic method doesn't include the censorship.

Posted by: Raffaella Biferale | November 30, 2006 03:40 PM


Fioroni should realize that with all the raping that the government is doing to the Italians, a little bit of porn on his site shouldn't be bad.
At least he doesn't put the Vaseline in his ass everytime he operates his server.

Posted by: Giovanni Principe | November 30, 2006 03:20 PM


Sex is always the perennial culprit and an excellent distraction to conceal the much more serious concerns we should all have. These self appointed censors make me vomit.

Posted by: Enrico Rossi | November 30, 2006 02:51 PM


Fioroni, cry me a river.

Posted by: Giovanni Principe | November 30, 2006 01:59 PM



With such talents as Tinto Brass, Riccardo Schicchi, Selen and Rocco Siffredi, to name a few, pornography is the only industry in which Italy can hope to remain relevant.

Censor it?
Not a good idea!

Posted by: Giandomenico Sabato | November 30, 2006 12:49 PM


Just go here they have the answer, :-)

http://psiphon.civisec.org/

Posted by: paulo anchi | November 30, 2006 12:40 PM


The reason why i miss living in Ireland so dreadfully is that although politics is the same all around the world , when i lived there i could read whatever i wanted in the language i appreciate the most and cultivate my intersts
Thanks Zhao Ming and Feng Liu ( i wish you could call me back)
Mr Fioroni.....I never ate you balooney's meat nor salamis !!!!!!
http://live.newint.org/columns/currents/2006/04/01/governors/index.php
http://www.internetgovernance.org/

Posted by: maria consuelo spera | November 30, 2006 12:31 PM


Sounds like someone should remind Fiorini about "parental controls" that are in the preferences of most web browsers.

But the bigger issue is, somebody has to decide what is "pornography", and what isn't. And that person needs to be paid for the job they are doing. It would be interesting to see who is paying for this.

Posted by: Charles Terenzio | November 30, 2006 12:14 PM


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