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Discussion in 'Primary' started by Kiki D, Nov 22, 2009.
Now a headline story on the main BBC website.
I totally agree! There are many other suppliers of resources out there and some are a whole lot better!
I cannot understand anyone who would want to support him financially or any other way, the whole think is sickening.
It looks like there is going to be an actual television news article after all, on "inside out" whatever that is. But will I be able to watch it online?
I'm upset that the BBC iplayer is not available in my area. Maybe someone will youtube it
It's on Monday at 7:30 - regional news programme - sad Brenden.
Brenden what does this mean?
It's a detailed analysis of how deeply the Conduit toolbar setup integrates itself with your computer. Pretty self explanatory.
Don't know where you found it but maybe it needs its own thread???
Bit boggling first thing in the morning!
The problem is that there are so many different browsers and setups that it is difficult to make one guide for removing all installations of the toolbar. Most of the time it is simply an issue of running the standard uninstallation (add/remove for IE, 'addons' for Firefox) then resetting the homepage and search settings.
I was given to believe it is to do with someone at ********** being in trouble of a kind to do with images - can't be more explicit online - read between the lines.
the "owner" of the site is in prison for paedophilia!! for the 2nd time - he has been using the site as a way to access photos of children!!
It's gone past being explicit on line. There have been several threads both here and on Early Years but different ones get upped so obviously people are still only just finding out
TES the newspaper carried an article last week and it's now safe to use the paedophile word in connection with ********** (and his taste for photographs of child ****) on here - because it's 100% true.
TAFKAM kindly put the latest on YouTube - excerpt from BBC Inside Out TV