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This is a quick diary, just to bring this to your attention.  I have not had time to think it through.

I will update as I figure it out.

Update 1, now I get the same result with, a site similar to AmericanCensorship, i.e. I can google, google finds the site, with Comcast I cannot get access to the site, where with AT&T I CAN get to the site. I am tending to go with George Hier below: this is site hijacking by Comcast, not censorship.

I tried to google regarding internet censorship.

Below is a pageshot - a crude shot from my Mac to Inkspot.

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Via my At&T cell phone, disconnected from my Comcast local (internal to my house) wifi, I can get to

Censorship?  You decide, and please let me know what you think. Personally, I think this is what a closed pipeline looks like - one can find whatever one likes on google, but if one's provider doesn't like the site - buffcakes.

1:40 AM PT: Pisses me off to know that Comcast and maybe any other service provider could do this sort of underhanded hijacking/censorship deliberately.  I know people who have worked for years for Oracle, Yahoo, and Google, and they have worked very very hard to make searches good, replicatable, and timely.  What a major disappointment that their work can be made moot by self seeking sh*theads.

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