The website I am building uses the currently free IP2Location databases to identify the country relating to the IP address of any visitor. Using this and a category system I can block all or selected categories of information from reaching all or selected IP address ranges. In short I can block access to all the users in a hostile country except those using some form of proxy system. Freedom of information is important for a strong economy. Red tape and half-baked government legislation, reducing the privacy of millions by selling their ages, and increasing the costs of service providers will deprive the people of this country of facilities enjoyed by users in neighbouring countries. But some children may be marginally safer.
It's one of those times when you genuinely wonder if they really are stupid, or intelligently progressing a hidden agenda. Richard Howe -----Original Message----- From: Ql-Users [mailto:ql-users-boun...@lists.q-v-d.com] On Behalf Of desin via Ql-Users Sent: 17 June 2022 18:27 To: ql-users Cc: desin Subject: [Ql-Users] the british way https://webdevlaw.uk/2022/06/17/data-reform-bill-cookie-popups/ _______________________________________________ QL-Users Mailing List _______________________________________________ QL-Users Mailing List