The UK Internet Watch Foundation ( IWF ), which already works with most consumer broadband ISPs to block websites that contain child sexual abuse content, could soon see its "voluntary" remit extended to include internet sites that contain "violent and unlawful" content. The proposals were outlined in the UK HomeOffice's latest anti-terrorism Prevent Strategy report, which was released earlier this week. Source At the same time, the entertainment industry is having another go, too: Film-makers are going to court in a bid to block access to a site that links to pirated versions of popular movies. In a UK legal first, the Motion Picture Association (MPA) has applied for an injunction that would force BT to cut off customers' access to Newzbin. The MPA, the industry body for a number of movie studios, said it was targeting BT first as the largest internet service provider in the UK. BT confirmed it would be in court later but did not make any further comment. The MPA wants BT to block Newzbin with the same system that stops access to sites hosting child sex abuse images. Source Why don't they just throw Cleanfeed and the IWF into a hole and leave them there? In fact, throw the MPA, MPAA, RIA, RIAA, BPI, and all other such groups in with them. We don't need more censorship.