Digg.com Buried by Panera Bread?!

by JennSierra on March 13, 2008

in blog censorship, censorware, Digg, Jenn Sierra, political correctness

Previously on FHK and on the 1389blog, we have discussed at length that companies that allow public internet access use filterware, which has, at times, exercised odd behavior in choosing which sites to block. At that time, we knew Panera Bread was using SonicWALL.

Today, I’m on the road, however, and stopped at Panera to catch up on my blogging I tried to Digg a story for a friend and got a screen I hadn’t seen before. It didn’t look like the old familiar SonicWALL censhorship page, and a check of SonicWALL shows that it has Digg.com rated as “News and Media [and] Information Technology/Computers“. Instead. Instead, the screen looked like this:



Has anyone else had that experience? Is it possible that Digg.com has actually become too politically-correct for public viewing?

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