The Colombian government is fighting against child pornography a lot time ago. The law I concern the most is the law 679 of 2001, I do not know how do they get to verify if a site contains child pornography or not. The deal is that the law states that the ISP's need to block sites containing child pornography.
Stack Exchange seems to be hosting images on imgur.com, which has been blocked by some ISP's here in Colombia, due to supposed content of child pornography in that site. When I try to access to imgur I receive:
(In text: "This page have been blocked obeying what established in the Law 679 of 2201 and Decree 1524 of 2002, for considering that it contains child pornography as shown in the list of the Ministry of Information and Communications Technologies. For more information please go to Children's Dignity". The link goes to the ISP directly, not really information about the law there).
Now, that is not the problem I am trying to expose here, the problem I am trying to expose is that, as SE host all its images in imgur, I find in all SE sites things like (screenshots taken from Trimming vectors in Photoshop):
Instead of what I am supposed to see
I am trying to solve that issue, but I don't know who to talk with, I decided to start posting the situation directly here on Meta; after all, this is basically the network of sites I am having problems with (I don't really use imgur too much); also I thought about contacting my ISP, however they are just following the government rules, and contacting government to solve this will be a long process.
- Question is: Any way this can be solved? I don't know if I am asking too much, I believe what I am asking is for all the image infrastructure to change, I do know that is not a simple thing. But if imgur.com is actually hosting CP, I guess SE would be supporting that fact by using their service.
P.S.: For now, when I need to see an image in one of the questions I open the question with a proxy service (my preferred is: FilterBypass)