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Flame-haired temptress Bernadette Taylor has launched a Web site to protest against the Australian government's heavy-handed approach to Net censorship. She's also revealed that some of the people accessing her porn site are politicians and high-ranking officials. Last week Bernadette exposed the hypocrisy of the Australian government's decision to censor the Net by revealing that 4,316 individuals are using government-provided Internet access to view pornography during work hours. Bernadette, pictured with a blue satin cross to protect her modesty, likes nothing better than touching up her HTML and getting her kit off. But behind the Web porn lies a serious message. "This site is all about fighting the Australian Internet censorship bill," she said with dazzling come-to-bed eyes (Easy, tiger - Ed). She's also told The Register that she has proof that Aussie politicians regularly access her porn site, although she won't say exactly who. "I do have the full detailed server logs which show what these people are viewing," said Bernadette. "I do have corresponding credit card details which identify exactly who joined from that proxy, however I'm not legally allowed to disclose that except under court order. "And yes some of the people I can cross reference with credit card details are politicians or their direct staff... and a number of interesting other positions too." Oooh er missus. What sort of positions would they be? ®

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