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UK anti-porn filters interfering with League Of Legends updates

UK government gets things wrong... again

It looks like the UK's new anti-porn filters meant to keep children safe on the internet are wreaking a little havoc outside of their mandated aim.

On the League Of Legends forums one user, named Boompje, has found that these porn filters are interfering with the URLs used to update Riot Games' insanely successful MOBA.

URLs like VarusExpirationTimer.luaobj and XerathMageChainsExtended.luaobj are getting caught in the Tory's latest bungled idea because if you look closely they not only feature the letters 's', 'e', and 'x' next to each other but they also end with the letters 'b' and 'j'. UK anti-porn filters interfering with League Of Legends updates

The easiest way around this problem for UK League Of Legends players is to contact your internet provider and ensure that you have the pornography filters turned off.

Thanks Destructoid.