BBC Worldwide “UK licence payers censored”

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Surfing my usual haunts I came across an interesting article in DPREVIEW that the BBC had written about fake photography, I clicked on the link and hey presto…WE the British taxpayer and licence fee payer who without us there would not be any BBC let alone BBC Worldwide are not allowed to view this article…it’s a FEKIN JOKE !!!!!!!!

Lets hope who ever decides to stand for the top mans job in the BBC kicks the BBC Worldwide’s ass…this is nothing short of censorship…WHY…because the BBC don’t want you to see all the advertising on this website that you don’t see in the UK…SIMPLE !

http://www.dpreview.com/news/2012/12/13/bbc-examines-fake-images-and-how-they-affect-us

Here is page one of three with the advertising as suspected but no big deal, there is no reason why UK licence payers should not be given access to this web space other than censorship !

BBC-page

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3 comments on this post

  1. Brendan Deere says:

    You can use this link “http://freeproxyserver.net” and then copy the internet page addess in to see the BBC Future page.

  2. Nigel Barker says:

    What’s the problem? The BBC is prohibited by its Charter from dishing out adverts to UK residents on radio TV or web. I used to get so fed up with seeing adverts on the regular BBC website when I lived in France that I used to access it through a VPN spoofing a UK IP address to access the proper BBC website.

  3. Liz says:

    The problem is, I ought to be able to choose for myself whether I put up with the ads in order to access content or not.
    If the BBC offered the same content on no-ad sights, of course that is preferable but to be denied access to a piece of news or information because of a charter I have no say in, does indeed amount to censorship.

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