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ExtraTorrent.cc > Articles > UK Will Filter Online Porn

UK Will Filter Online Porn

UK Will Filter Online Porn

Added: Saturday, September 3rd, 2011
Category: Bit Torrent Freedom > The Right To Share
Tags:ET, p2p, Torrent, Piracy, Peer To Peer, Network, Hackers, Internet, BitTorrent, Google, utorrent, bitcomet, extratorrent, 2010, www.extrattorrent.com
British Parliament has put into motion a formal research, conducted by Claire Perry, a Member of Parliament responsible for proposing a porn filter across the country, claiming that he only cares about child safety on the Internet.

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Back in 2010, Claire Perry suggested a movie-style rating system regarding the web with porn content being censored directly by Internet service providers. Those adults who wanted to gain access to the porn content would have to apply to their broadband providers – for example, TalkTalk offered such services.

The proposition seemed to appeal to the country’s Parliament, so it is currently investigated. The closest inquiry would make an attempt to establish the arguments for and against network-level censoring of material that would require an 18-rating in other kinds of media. The MP’s spokesperson claimed that the resolution would focus on pornography but might include violent content found online as well. Claire Perry might also be going to consider the possible form of required regulation in case the Internet service providers are to give people quite a hard time banning porn content.

The initial purpose of the research in question is to accurately find out the exact amount of adult content kids can actually access, as well as the affect it has on the children and what the government is able to do about it. According to the members of Parliament, parents are understandably worried about the ease with which their kids are now able to get access to adult content on the web. So, such inquiry is believed to help provide the perfect platform for all interested parties to express their opinion on how exactly they would be able to protect the children on the Internet.

Meanwhile, it won’t be just Claire Perry involved into the study in question – the research is supposed to include over 60 other Members of Parliament. They are supposed to hear from different kids protection agencies, Internet service providers and other industry experts. The purpose of the action is to develop a proper report by this November. Meanwhile, two evidence sessions have already been scheduled to take place this fall: the first one on the 8th of September, and the second one on the 18th of October. Each session will last about two hours.



By:
SaM
September 3rd,2011

Posted by: 
SaM

Date:  Saturday, September 3rd, 2011



Comments (15) (please add your comment »)

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posted by (2011-09-03 16:29:29)
kingtiger01 avatarseriously... they dont use there heads at all. Kids 'look' for porn, not the other way around. Most highschool students in the states, are constantly finding ways to avoid content filtering in schools. so do they REALLY think they can stop them at home, in the UK? its common practice, when the road is blocked, Find a way around.

They want to do something productive, why not settle there problem with terrorist sleeper cells rather then focusing on a way to make it look like there working.

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posted by (2011-09-03 17:39:26)
jernbean avatarI agree most children in the UK actually look for that stuff and its sad think that the kids don't look for that (stuff) as a child i can remember that half of the stuff i use to look up was that stuff and to say that
UK is filtering that stuff, good step now they should say that the USA should follow suit expect in home. Whether you look at it or not is your decision, but it enhanced my life i can tell you that... but it shouldn't be looked at at a really young age it could mess you up permanently! Its a good step that UK is taking to filter their internet!

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posted by (2011-09-03 20:01:02)
No avatarGet rid of tube sites then kids wouldnt be able to access porn without a valid credit card (or download them from here) and the global porn industry would be better off. Porns to readily available on the internet and anyone can access it for free so shut down tube sites PROBLEM SOLVED.

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posted by (2011-09-04 07:12:11)
No avatarthanks Sam.. most of the main isp's already offer parental control packages, so it's not need

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posted by (2011-09-04 14:52:01)
No avatarAnother example of politicians trying to censor the internet, and of course they want to do that because they can't control it. Can't control it so we censor it. Good Idea? NO! We dont live in bloody China -- at least not yet.

More akin to the Americans though who believe they own the planet. When will these idiots in government realise you CANNOT censor the internet. Any censoring they impose is easily circumvented by anyone with more than 3 brain cells. If I want to access a website I will do no matter what security the Government use to stop me.

Why don't they tackle real issues like castrating pedos, or putting bullets through the heads of murderers for example. "Oooh cant do that, drive them underground" is the answer.

Therefore censoring the net will do the same -- drive it undergound.

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posted by Blocked (2011-09-04 19:03:06)
No avatarOk, so ISPs can regulate internet viewing? I think not! Anonymous proxy servers and using non-ISP, and if need be non-British DNS servers? None of which are under UK control, ever!

Britain has some of the most ridiculous legal views on porn in the whole world, and short of only watching storing porn by 35+ pornstars, storing (or even viewing) any of it on computer is risking public demonising in the local press, 10 years sex offender registration and possible lengthy prison sentences, plus contrary to human rights, banning further internet porn viewing. (Draconian for non-paedophiles, to say the LEAST)

Why ridiculous? Firstly setting the age of participants (including nude photography) at 18, when people can marry and have sex at 16 legally in the UK, and secondly by a judge (probably an old fogy, who watches porn in private!) 'deciding' if a 27 year old looks under 18, regardless of their actual age, an offence is committed in the UK (but not virtually anywhere else in the free world) by viewing or storing such images or videos.

Storing such an image warrants two offences, ie viewing and making an image (that is storing it as such on computer), so the public think such people (usually just ordinary porn viewers) attach heads of young people onto images of older porn stars. So in effect ANYONE who has porn on their computer in the UK can be cited for serious Child porn charges just IF a judge thinks ANY image LOOKS like it might be of someone under 18.

This is the most blatant fix or rigging of prosecutions, as just about ANY 13 year with make-up can look 19 or over and a 23 year old or even a 29 year old without make-up might be 'judged' to look under 18, or worse under UK law 'judged' to LOOK 'under 14 or 13 or less'. The facts of life are that adolescence can happen at any age from 10 upwards and anyone older than this might have an adult-looking body. I am not a paedophile, but the law needs to relate to pre-adolescent sexual actions being regarded as paedophile material, NOT that relating to 16 - 18 year olds!

As for stopping sexual behaviour by adolescents and older teens, the UK might just as well put all judges out to stand right in front of moving buses or trains and try to stop them instantly on the spot. It simply ISN'T going to happen!

A 16 year old can legally in the UK be naked in front of a group of people and have sex with them, yet to film or photograph this is illegal in the UK. WHAT NONSENSE!

There are many problems with this approach. Virtually anyone who browses porn on the net will unintentionally encounter under 18s in porn, especially as eg Holland has a 14 year old age of consent for such matters. Clicking on any link, including thumbnails often leads to a webpage other than that indicated, often containing pre-adolescent images. If the browser cache isn't emptied (and many people have no idea how to do this) and the computer goes in for repair or is confiscated by the police, a serious prosecution can result.

Common sense doesn't seem to come into it, as prosecutions have resulted from as few as 5 images 'judged' to be of someone 'under 18', and the porn viewer thereby 'judged' to be a danger or serious danger to 'children' (ie any person under 18) in the UK.

However, the worst of UK ISPs having a 'consent' list for 'adult' content, is that the Police or Government might (without ever making this public) require access to such lists, making many innocent people 'on the police radar' as suspects for any sexual offences, which might be very serious, and lead to lengthy questioning and very serious harassment to anyone who watches or looks at porn. Then employers might be advised, especially for teachers and lecturers, or the government might have information on political activists or political opponents to be brought into the open or made subject to police investigation at any time.

In all the whole thing STINKS and makes the UK even more ridiculous in the International context of things. You can have your cake but NOT eat it in the UK. No sex, we're British died by the 60's or 70's! But LUDICROUS laws and political actions CONTINUE in 21st Century Britain. What a LAUGH!

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posted by (2011-09-04 19:34:46)
Armando_G avatarIf parents were fulfilling their responsibilities, then this wouldnt be an issue.

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posted by (2011-09-04 21:25:49)
Raptor5 avatarJust another way of trying to censor the net, believe you me this is just the start. The government has always tried to implement measures to control what they can't. It's draconian to say the least, if you dont want your kids seeing this stuff or downloading it use the protection freely available on your OS or use a third party app. ITS NOT HARD! And I agree anyone wishing to view d/l porn will find a way round any filtering implemented. Ive got 4 kids under 15 in my household and not one of them have EVER, EVER encountered any porn due to my diligence and protection.

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posted by (2011-09-05 05:17:47)
carlbandit avatarThere will always be a way, it would be impossible for them to ban 100% of porn sites, if they do manage to however, they will still be unable to stop kids downloading it off torrents or other p2p software

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posted by Blocked (2011-09-05 09:42:41)
menahunie avatarSigh... It appears the end is near.
We all will have to find new terms of endearment.
Brits - No more Wankers.
USA - No More Yanks
Middle East - No More Crank Yankers..
Sigh what is one to do?

11
posted by (2011-09-05 10:24:40)
john_r avatarAn effective filter would have to censor Flickr, which has a large amount of adult imagery. It has to censor every blogging platform: Tumblr, for example, has a whole swathe of porn blogs, and there are untold numbers of sex bloggers writing reams of explicit text. And it has to censor YouTube, particularly if 4chan decide to flood it with porn again. Facebook could probably be let through, thanks to its strong filtering policies – although right now, most mobile providers block it for under-18s anyway.

If an adult content filter allows those sites through, it fails. And if it blocks those sites, then hardly anyone will use it – and it fails.

Even if a vaguely effective filter, which only removes obviously pornographic sites, would be enough for the proposal's supporters, it's still doomed. Not only because keeping up with the untold numbers of adult web pages that appear every day is a Sisyphean task, but also because children are not fools.

Most children understand computers better than their parents. Bypassing a filter is quite literally child's play. It's easy to use proxies, Tor, BitTorrent, an open wireless connection somewhere down the street or any number of other techniques when you've grown up with a keyboard in front of you.

It only takes one kid to know how to evade a web filter, and suddenly every one of their friends knows too. And all of their friends. And all of theirs.

If you want to protect children, get their parents involved in what they're doing online – and for younger kids, the e-safety lessons that'll start in schools next year are a great idea. But a Great British Firewall would be expensive, corruptible, and ultimately useless

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posted by (2011-09-05 14:01:38)
No avatarinternet = porn
ban the internet for children. have a sub section they can play in. no uploading allowed. fixed.

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posted by (2011-09-06 15:09:10)
tpbcrazy avatar@ keith, you ,sir, are a moron. do you think kids cant reach out this site and download torrents?

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posted by (2011-09-06 16:38:33)
No avatarHey tpbcrazy i didnt say they wouldnt be able to download torrents which not many teenagers know how to do, i know this first hand as i have a 15 yo daughter who hasnt got a clue about torrents and not alot of her friends do either where as for free porn on sites like pornhub, redtube etc! she knows all about these sites because anyone can access them at any age. these sites are the only reason children are viewing porn and proper adult sites are suffering because of these sites, who wants to pay for porn when its free.

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posted by (2011-09-07 07:10:32)
tpbcrazy avatarthe best way is still a parental lock.so many ways to implement it. simple IE or FF with addon can stop kids. or a little modification in the router requiring a password to open any porn site, yes including sites like extratorrent where porn torrents can be found.



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