Travelling by train between Yorkshire & London yesterday, I was astonished to discover that I could not access the forum, nor any other wine-related websites. About half of the sites were specifically blocked for a given reason, namely "Alcohol", and the remainder were simply unavailable. Similarly, I could not access the National Lottery website, although no explicit reason was given. Presumably gambling is viewed by the moral purists responsible for this censorship in the same way as they view alcohol! All other websites were fully accessible, including Google, but if I tried to access any wine-related website through Google, the same barriers were in place. I was travelling on Grand Central, but I wonder if this is a policy which is being visited on travellers by other rail companies as well? It may be a policy of the train company's ISP/Wifi Provider, rather than that of the train company itself. After all, the train company happily sells wine, and many other alcoholic drinks, to passengers, and places no restrictions on passengers travelling with their own supplies of alcohol. Has anyone else encountered this unwelcome censorship? Does it also apply in airports, or in other public places where wifi is needed to access the internet? I could understand the implementation of a block on several types of website (e.g. porn), but blocks on wine sites (and the National Lottery) seem absurd to me.