The Scunthorpe problem is the unintentional blocking of websites, e-mails, forum posts or search results by a spam filter or search engine because their text contains a string of letters that appear to have an obscene or otherwise unacceptable meaning. Names, abbreviations, and technical terms are most often cited as being affected by the issue. The problem arises since computers can easily identify strings of text within a document, but interpreting words of this kind requires considerable ability to interpret a wide range of contexts, possibly across many cultures, which is an extremely difficult task. As a result, broad blocking rules may result in false positives affecting innocent phrases.
Scunthorpe problem - Wikipedia
Privacy Terms. Quick links. Twat by JCC How many poets does it take to change a light bulb? I had a mate at Hull uni who knew the whole poem off by heart and used to do it when he was pissed.
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Mr Morley, the ex-agriculture minister, continued claiming for the mortgage interest on his constituency home for more than 18 months after the loan had been repaid. Lawyers said that the claims could constitute a criminal offence under the Fraud Act and the Theft Act. Somehow, I suspect not.
Post a Comment. Pages Home. A deep malaise infects every level of the pub industry and has seeped into every nook and cranny of the edifice; it manifests itself in the behaviour of the employees of pubcos as recounted by the people who report on pages such as this. Rational observers of the tied pub scene cannot, simply cannot, get their heads round the fact that the pubco's are run by people whose general standards of conduct are very poor.