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La police finlandaise a ajouté le site internet de Matti Nikki, critique de la censure de l'Internet en finlande, à leur nouveau filtre de sites pedophiles. Cet inclusion au filtre Internet a été remarqué lorsque l'un des plus grans fournissaurs d'accès du pays a commencé a bloquer le sit, il est ettendu que les autres fournisseurs suivent sous peu, lorsqu'ils metteront leur liste de sites censurés à jour.
Le site interdit critiquait durement depuis trois ans la censure de l'Internet. Il contenait de l'information et des breves a propos de la foncon dont la censure a été discuté et mise en place au finlande, ainsi qu'une liste des sites actuellement censurés.
Tekniikka & Talous magazine asked Commissioner Lars Henriksson of Finland's [[w:Keskusrikospoliisi|National Bureau of Investigation]] (NBI) why the page was censored. His answer was that he cannot discuss individual sites, but said that sites which are linking to child porn pages are also within the scope of the law. This interpretation, however, seems to conflict with the actual laws, the scope of which was supposed to be only sites with illegal pictures in foreign countries.
Le magasine finlandais Tekniikka & Talous a demandé au commisaire Lars Henriksson du [[w:Keskusrikospoliisi|bureau national d'investigation]] pourquoi le site a été censuré.Sa répose fût que
On Wednesday, NBI confirmed that site was censored because it published and maintained an incomplete version of the Finnish child porn blacklist. Nikki's list contained roughly two-thirds of the 1500 blacklist entries, and it was created by scanning a large amount of sites and logging the censored pages.
The scan also found that the top three results of a [[w:Google|Google]] search for "gay porn" are blacklisted, and that most of the blocked sites are actually physically located in the [[United States]] or the [[European Union]].
Leena Romppainen of [[w:Electronic Frontier Finland|Electronic Frontier Finland]] commented that "The local authorities have taken no action on these sites. Therefore, either the sites do not contain child pornography or the NBI has not informed the local authorities. Both of the alternatives are equally scary."
Matti Nikki's opinion is that the majority of the censored sites are legal adult sites and that the police are not doing that much research when they are deciding which sites to block.
Internet censorship has been a hot topic in Finland as of late. There have been proposals of extending Internet filtering to Internet gambling sites, sites related to terrorism and violence, and torrent-tracker [[w:The Pirate Bay|The Pirate Bay]].