Opting Out by Maggie McNeill

Jul 29, 2013
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The moral panic over porn has been ramping up for some time now, so it was inevitable that it would eventually spill over into state action; after all, no government can long resist its sick compulsion to control its subjects’ lives in still another way, and when some useful idiots are practically begging for “protection” from scary pictures and naughty words, it’s like offering an alcoholic a tall, cold glass of rum punch on a blisteringly hot day.  But Prime Minister David Cameron says this isn’t censorship because the internet is dangerous, and besides it’s “for the children!”


Every internet user in the country will be asked whether they want to have access to pornography, David Cameron will say, as he warns that hardcore images are “corroding childhood”.  A joint British and American “task force” will be created to tackle obscene websites, while Google and other search engine providers will be required to draw up a “blacklist” of the most depraved and illegal search terms…The initiatives will also include new measures to stop children accidentally stumbling across explicit but legal pornographic images in public places…The six biggest companies providing access to wireless internet in cafés and railway stations have all signed a deal to block legal pornography where children could view it.  The roll-out of “family friendly Wi-Fi” is expected to begin from the end of August…

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