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(AP) -- British Prime Minister Gordon Brown wants Internet companies to help stifle online terrorist propaganda, he told lawmakers Wednesday, as officials say they plan to meet leading service providers to find ways of putting a lid on extremist content.
But the providers argue they already do all they can to fight illegal terrorist material online, and experts say even powerful filters cannot block determined users from getting their message out.
Originally posted by Gun Totin Gerbil
Anyway, if a real 'terrorist' accesses real 'terrorist' websites, why ban them ? , can't that information not be used to track said terrorist(s) ?