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    MP wants porn to be opt-in. Protecting children or self-censorship?

    BBC News - MP calls for pornography 'opt-in' to protect children

    Were I cynical person, I'd see this as a backdoor attempt to enforce self-censorship. "Wait, I have to ask my ISP to enable adult content to look at random pornsite . com*?"

    Of course, you could do some basic parenting and attend a course at your local school (we offer them, so do others) if you want a hand working out how to keep your kids safe on the internet. There are many guides ( Protecting your family on Mobiles and the Internet | Vodafone Parents' Guide, for example) out there too.

    And here was I thinking the LibTories wanted to empower parents, not do their jobs for them.

    *Though I don't know for sure, I'm assuming this domain does exist and points somewhere nsfw.
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    Absolutely ridiculous. They'll be banning Google and blogging next in case people find anything "from outside". Internet censorship is down to the individual (in a home environment I mean), they shouldn't have to ask their ISP to unblock sites for them. Like they don't know enough about our internet usage already!

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