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Denver Airport, Hotels Censoring the Web

December 13, 2007 at 1:00 PM | by | Comments (0)

Denver International Airport recently showed up on our Airport Wifi Guide thanks to its good decision to make Internet access free to all. Which sounds great, in theory. But Jossip reports--via a reader tip--that DEN is censoring the web, blocking access to the oh-so-pink gossip site.

But airport isn't the only place you'll find overly aggressive firewalls. Another friend of Jaunted reports that our sis site, HotelChatter, is blocked at some Drury Inns and Comfort Inns.

What kind of free access to the web is that, people? Granted, we wouldn't want to inadvertently peep over someone's shoulder at the airport to see the latest videos on PornoTube. But if you're gonna give us the Internet for free, give us the Internet for free!

Related Stories:
· Where Have All the Jossipers Gone? [Jossip]
· Denver's Going Free [Jaunted]
· Airport WiFi Guide [Jaunted]

[Photo: Jossip]

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