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This might even have been worthy of a thread

 

 

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-23401076

 

Online pornography to be blocked automatically, PM announces

Every household in the UK is to have pornography blocked by their internet provider unless they choose to receive it, David Cameron is to announce.

 

In addition, the prime minister will say possessing online pornography depicting rape will be illegal.

 

In a speech, Mr Cameron will warn that access to online pornography is "corroding childhood".

 

Search engines will be given until October to introduce further measures to block illegal content.

 

In addition, experts from the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (Ceop) will be given enhanced powers to examine secretive file-sharing networks, and a secure database of banned child porn images gathered by police across the country will be used to trace illegal content and the paedophiles viewing it.

 

Under new measures, family-friendly filters will be automatically selected for all new internet customers - though they can choose to switch them off.

 

And millions of existing computer users will be contacted by their internet providers and told they must decide whether to activate filters to prevent their children accessing unsuitable material.

 

Mr Cameron will say: "I want to talk about the internet. The impact it is having on the innocence of our children. How online pornography is corroding childhood.

 

"And how, in the darkest corners of the internet, there are things going on that are a direct danger to our children, and that must be stamped out.

 

On Sunday, Mr Cameron called on internet companies to do more to block access to material depicting abuse

 

"I'm not making this speech because I want to moralise or scaremonger, but because I feel profoundly as a politician, and as a father, that the time for action has come. This is, quite simply, about how we protect our children and their innocence."

 

Mr Cameron will say that possession of pornography which is so extreme that it cannot even be bought in a licensed sex shop will be made illegal, bringing England and Wales in line with Scotland.

 

"These images normalise sexual violence against women - and they are quite simply poisonous to the young people who see them," he will say.

 

"We are closing the loophole - making it a criminal offence to possess internet pornography that depicts rape."

 

Noble sentiment, but this is going to be a difficult conversation to have with my lass :lol:  Everybody knows this will end up blocking more than just porn, as these things always do.

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Was just about to post that article as well.

 

Cameron can fuck off. As if I'm going to click the 'allow porn' button. My wife will just have to be more receptive to my late night advances.

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I'd imagine that'll cause a few rows in some households. :lol: Can see some fellas getting it unrestricted then the other half checking porn sites to see if they're blocked or not. If the girl wants to catch you, you're caught.

 

My ex was under the impression I didn't watch porn but I jacked it every night she wasn't over. Even had some danger wanks when she was in the shower.

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:lol:

 

I don't think kids having a wank now and then is "corroding" their childhood mind. Agree with it in a sense though but you really should leave it up to the parents to monitor/enforce instead of just implementing it automatically.

 

I agree with you about parents, but it's not about kids having a wank. It's about kids viewing hardcore images of sex before they've had a chance to really form an idea about what it is and what is normal.

 

Don't get me wrong, I love a good watch of porn and I think it can be healthy in a lot of ways, but I'm glad I didn't see it when I was 7 or 8. Saying that, I know people used to obtain magazines etc not much older than that.

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Fucking hell viewing porn is part of growing up as a boy. Wonder how mentally and sexually deviant or awkward kids will become now in years to come.

 

Also if my wank:sex ratio changes that much then wor lass is in for a rough time. Mens sexual habits will change dramatically, we will all be on edge.

 

A woman thought this up, fucking want more power over your lad? Block porn.

 

I'm fucked, well she is repeatedly, because shes the account holder.

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Streaming videos will have the same restrictions as those sold in UK shops? How? Do I have to turn my Webcam on to show I have a beard before I watch a 15 rated YouTube video? Scan my passport? Or can kids currently buy age restricted videos in HMV just by writing "01/01/69" on a piece of paper and giving it to the cashier?

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I don't understand the need for something like that.

 

Surely if people don't want their kids watching porn they can just get their own web filter.

 

Or, you know, actually be a parent and browse the web with them until they're responsible enough to be trusted to use it unsupervised.

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Has there already been some implementation of censorship on Google? My safesearch is off but when I search for fanny on Google images nothing comes up. It used to bring up a lot of naughty goodness.

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Or better still...target the f***ers making the dodgy porn in the first place.

 

 

 

 

 

100% this. How can they justify blocking the sites instead of going after the actual people making this stuff? Do they think if they make it harder for people to access porn online it's going to stop the production and sale of 'graphic' porn? :lol: Fucking idiots, only way they can attempt to stop it or at least make a big impact on the flow of 'graphic' porn is to go after the people who make it, not the ones who watch it.

 

Would love to see them go after kids/parents of kids playing 18+ video games next. Microsoft et al get away with providing over age material to minors when shops and cinemas would get brutally punished if caught doing the same. Be nice to see the percentage of kids who play Cod and are under 18.

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David Cameron's going to crack down on child abuse images by making search engines that already do a heck of a lot to block them do a bit more, meanwhile the airbrushed cunt probably hasn't even heard of the deep web. Plank.

 

This is surely going to be more of an issue over the next few years. Technology and the internet is taking over everything we do, yet the people running the country/the world all appear to be as tech-savvy as my mam and dad. This makes them clearly not fit-for-purpose.

 

Bet Cameron has to ask his kids how to turn the fucking telly over.

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David Cameron's going to crack down on child abuse images by making search engines that already do a heck of a lot to block them do a bit more, meanwhile the airbrushed cunt probably hasn't even heard of the deep web. Plank.

 

This is surely going to be more of an issue over the next few years. Technology and the internet is taking over everything we do, yet the people running the country/the world all appear to be as tech-savvy as my mam and dad. This makes them clearly not fit-for-purpose.

 

Bet Cameron has to ask his kids how to turn the fucking telly over.

 

Na he gets Winston to do that for him.

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David Cameron's going to crack down on child abuse images by making search engines that already do a heck of a lot to block them do a bit more, meanwhile the airbrushed cunt probably hasn't even heard of the deep web. Plank.

 

This is surely going to be more of an issue over the next few years. Technology and the internet is taking over everything we do, yet the people running the country/the world all appear to be as tech-savvy as my mam and dad. This makes them clearly not fit-for-purpose.

 

Bet Cameron has to ask his kids how to turn the fucking telly over.

 

This is a genuine tweet from an MP this morning (now modified because she looked like a fuckwit):

 

@margotjamesmp All households soon to be barred from online child abuse images and rape porn unless they actively opt in

 

Luddites, the lot of them.

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