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Request submitted to BBFC

Submitted: 16 July, 2021 at 15:22

Original Complaint: ------------------- The URL is pointing to a page on my site where I document the history of the BitLet.org project and the current state. I do not see any reason why it should be blocked today. submitted on 18 September, 2019 at 16:10 ISP Response: ------------- Review comments: ----------------

BBFC response

Received: 22 July, 2021 at 09:54

Many thanks for referring this to us.

The BBFC examined http://www.bitlet.org on 19/07/2021.

The URL leads to a page on the wider personal site of a web developer, who
outlines his professional career and projects that he has worked on. The
page in question relates to his build of a bittorrent project which allows
a client to run a browser without download. At the time of sampling, the
website contained no overt references to illegal activity, nor did it
actively include instructions on how to use its service to commit an
offence, or to avoid detection when committing an offence. We did not find
any material that we would categorise 18+ in line with Part B of the
Classification Framework.

We will inform the mobile network operators of this decision.

Best wishes,

Mobile Network Advice Team

Current status

ISP Last Checked Status
O2 22 February, 2022 at 23:40 OK
EE 22 February, 2022 at 23:40 OK
Three 22 February, 2022 at 23:40 OK
Vodafone 22 February, 2022 at 23:40 OK
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