Censorship Fail

January 16, 2009 9:24 AM

At work, it seems we run our public forums with the default "bad words" filter enabled. Where the list of bad words is stored or where it comes from I don't know, but some of the things it chooses to censor can be a little surprising.

What I wrote:

Seraph is pretty customiseable though: it's possible to replace this default authentication method with hooks to various shared authn providers, SSO systems, or with sufficient coding have it phone up your mother and ask her if you're allowed to log in.

What was published:

Seraph is pretty customiseable though: it's possible to replace this default authentication method with hooks to various shared authn providers, SSO systems, or with sufficient coding have it ***** up your mother and ask her if you're allowed to log in.

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