A Web of their own - 1998-07-15

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F358.png A Web of their own July 15, 1998, Janelle Brown, Salon

If you are a Scientologist, your church is hoping that you'll get online and build a Web site endorsing your religious beliefs. In fact, the Church of Scientology will give you a Web starter kit to do just that. It will even host your site for you, alongside those of thousands of fellow Scientology members.

But if you want to visit alt.religion.scientology, the Web site of Operation Clambake or just about any page that mentions the word "Xenu," you"re out of luck. In fact, you"d probably be unable to read this article. Because the starter kit that you just used to build your Web site also installed what Scientology critics are calling the "Scieno Sitter": a filtering program, like those used to hide pornography from children, that prevents Scientologists from seeing terms and phrases that the church has decided to block.

Wikipedia cite:
{{cite news | first = Janelle | last = Brown | title = A Web of their own | url = http://www.salon.com/1998/07/15/feature_299/ | work = Salon | date = July 15, 1998 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}