A web clamp
is incorporated into the module, which holds the web in place in the event an emergency stop is activated.
However, other cafA owners and some members of the public said they were actually in favour of the government's web clamp
- which covers sites featuring pornographic material, gambling, religious and political views and even the UK's National Lottery site.
The SOFTT's strap can be released completely through the web clamp
and then re-threaded, allowing for application to trapped limbs.
One even belongs to the government-registered National Democratic Action Society, while other surprise inclusions in the web clamp
are the UK's National Lottery website and Google Translate.
The BCHR claims the web clamp
tightens the grip on freedom of expression and access to information.