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ExtraTorrent.cc > Articles > British Government Rejected Online Porn Ban

British Government Rejected Online Porn Ban

British Government Rejected Online Porn Ban

Added: Saturday, December 29th, 2012
Category: Recent Headlines Involving File Sharing > Current Events
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The UK government has recently rejected demands that ISPs install automatic filters on porn material online to protect the kids. After a joint consultation of the Department and Education and Home Office, the ministers have agreed that broadband providers won’t be required to put default blocks on porn content, and the responsibility should lie with parents.

During the consultation, there were suggestions for a process whereby users would have to “opt in” if they wanted to see adult content, instead of being freely available for any users to access. But the report delivering the government’s response to the consultation read that broadband providers would continue to use a so-called “active choice” system employed by such providers as BT, Sky, TalkTalk and Virgin Media. The system involves encouraging parents to set certain controls on specific content instead of being putting it under the remit of the provider.

The consultation in question revealed that only about 1/3 of parents would back the placement of default blocks to be enforced by Internet service providers, but it wasn’t deemed high enough by the authorities to warrant blocking of content for all Internet users.

The report in question also emphasized the difficulties in actually enforcing the blocks, with an overzealous approach also filtering out content pertaining to such topics as sexual health, while failing to block all the porn video on the Internet. Privacy advocates also criticized the proposals. For instance, Big Brother Watch claimed that the authorities have taken measured approach to the situation. The outfit pointed out that the proposal recognizes that it is parents, not the government, who are responsible for controlling what their kids can find on the web and rightly avoids any kind of state-mandated blocking of legitimate material. Moreover, the companies are already responding to demand from the parents who want to see filters.


By:
SaM
December 29th,2012

Posted by: 
SaM

Date:  Saturday, December 29th, 2012



Comments (14) (please add your comment »)

1
posted by (2012-12-29 16:03:28)
breakdown avatarjust lols

2
posted by ModeratorTrue LoveGirl (2012-12-29 19:19:00)
SiLvErDuSt avatarmost governments are full of charlie chesters anyway so comes as no great suprise.I might just put an orange in my mouth and asphixciate myself tonight lol

3
posted by Blocked (2012-12-29 21:55:18)
sukmukdik avatarWOW so they decide it is up to the parents so lil jonny can'r waka waka anymore or not?? LMAO...
I'd rather he be at home looking at tits and cunts than out stealing or fighting..

4
posted by ET lover (2012-12-30 01:15:33)
firefoxsniper avatarAnd they also rejected the proposition to get rid of all the snaggle toothed and buck toothed people in England because it would depopulate the country.Good reason I guess?

5
posted by Blocked (2012-12-30 01:19:47)
o2david avatarCoy. Evasive. We are dealing with Law and not the Father in Heaven.
We can not lay wake and greet dawn sensiably and find exception.

No found solution being without the Virtual Age either.
Anarchy declears the Age. "It's Nuclear not Nuclear."

6
posted by Blocked (2012-12-30 06:36:39)
SnEhiT87 avatarhahahaa agree with SiLvErDuSt...find this one funny in terms of policy lolz !!

7
posted by (2012-12-30 07:07:22)
Rockman avatarHang on do i have this right a Goverment saying that parents need to care for their own kids isn t that idea so outdated - N O T ?

8
posted by (2012-12-30 14:46:43)
No avatarSo our kids can watch any porn they like but they block Pirate Bay ...... Money talks

9
posted by (2012-12-30 22:12:48)
No avatarthey make millions in revenue from porn. why would they stop a gravy train like that? not to mention as stated above half them... no more like 100% of them, use the internet for their own sexual deviant activities, no doubt. so why this was proposed in the first place is beyond me. do these people not know their own government

10
posted by Trusted UploaderSite FriendSuperman (2012-12-31 05:53:04)
trialNerror avatarSO funny how they take away educational material to be shared online but hey we will never lose our porn which I think is just prostitution. Putting a couple cameras in the room while a woman gets plowed doesn't change the fact she is still doing tricks for cash. I know prostitution is legal in some countries, but not in most. I also noticed it's the porn industry taking a lot of infringement claims to court. You should not be able copyright video recorded prostitution.

11
posted by Trusted UploaderSite FriendSuperman (2012-12-31 05:56:36)
trialNerror avatar@ #9 - sure it makes millions (more like billions) in annual revenue, but where does all that money go? I'm not sure, but I don't think it goes back to the economy, public parks and transportation, education system, or anything worth while.

12
posted by (2013-01-02 06:25:44)
crazycatladysarah avatarthats dumb... then people would be making it illegally and then cops would be wasting their time by chasing internet porn downloaders instead of finding child porn downloaders/pedophiles

13
posted by Blocked (2013-01-02 09:27:53)
luckury avatarI would like to say that porn sites must be restricted under 18+.and i am also agree with crazycatladysarah.

14
posted by (2013-01-02 09:49:05)
romeobravo avatarbcoz everybody love PORN, i guess



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