writes "There's something
brewing in Utah. A new, non-profit organization called CP80 that wants to segregate Internet content
based on IP ports. To a lay person, it sounds plausible, as CP80 describes port
segregation like cable TV channels. But unlike the cable system, it's easily bypassed.
Even more disturbing are the founders and backers
of CP80, which include Ralph Yarro,
who was recently fired from his CEO position at Canopy Group (see SCO
fiasco), and several venture capital firms. Even Darl McBride has donated to the cause. Why are VCs backing a non-profit
anti-pornography organization? What's the real story behind CP80?"