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'Copies need to totally disappear (as in not a good idea to send copies to the book sale).'"Totally disappear.
It's easy to understand why this change was resisted so fiercely by the people of Scunthorpe. Thus, you can get hilarious Malapropers — like "hecko" instead of "hello", or "teasfecesn" instead of "teaspoon" — or else you get results like "cl***" instead of "class", ironically making those words more profane, not less (assuming, of course, that the filter doesn't outright censor the whole message and automatically ban you from the board).
This is known as the Scunthorpe Problem, after an incident in 1996 when AOL's rather simple-minded dirty-word filter prevented residents of several English towns and counties — among them S — from creating accounts with AOL because it matched strings within the town names to "banned" words.
Since it also checked the town names against the postal codes, users from these towns could not get around it by entering modified versions of the names — they were darned if they did, darned if they didn't. The ubiquity of the trope suggests that the profanity filter industry employs a lot of very lazy programmers. For any actual problems with Scunthorpe, see Place Worse Than Death.
Read this to see what they likely have to wrestle with.
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