Pam writes, "Open Rights Group has produced a new satirical film to raise awareness of internet filters - a spoof campaign by the 'Department of Dirty'."
Ever thought the internet was just too big? Want to help clean up online filth? Welcome to the Department of Dirty
Watch the Department stop one man try to get one over us with his 'spotted dick recipe'.
The Department of Dirty is working with internet and mobile companies to stop the dirty internet. We need you to help us take a stand against blogs, charities and education websites, many of which are thankfully blocked by filters.
Department of Dirty
(Disclosure: I co-founded the Open Rights Group and am proud to serve as an unpaid volunteer on its advisory board)
Andy Moore writes, "My friend the marvelous Ms. Truelove Waits made a song containing election advice for anyone in the UK confused about who to vote for this Thursday." (I am a member of the Labour Party and a donor to the 2019 campaign).
Chris Knight recorded a video of the bees in his backyard and wanted to accompany it with a rendition of Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov's 1899 composition "The Flight of the Bumblebee."
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