Cameron’s porn policy problem

Good piece by Martin Bryant on the problems with Cameron’s default porn filtering plan:

This post you’re reading right now isn’t pornographic, but it’s probably been blocked by lots of filters in libraries, caf├ęs and workplaces, simply for using certain keywords. It’s almost enough to put people off criticizing these government plans for fear of losing traffic.

5 reasons the government’s anti-porn proposals are a joke

  • henrymabuti

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