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Making Delhi WiFi PPF Free

AAP government manifesto in the 2014 Delhi Elections talked about covering Delhi with Free WiFi Services. As more details emerged later it became clear that free in this case meant public websites and websites that deal with governance will be free to access and WiFi will be available in public places only like Markets, Streets etc. 990 more words

Blocking Of Pornography

Did you Think It's Safe for Your Teens & Tweens to Use Instagram? Think Again!

My two oldest girls have an Instagram account, and are complete social butterflies.

They take pictures of themselves, their friends, and food; you name it, and they share it with their friends. 18 more words

Teens & Tweens

The sensible reason for a web filter, Part - I

In response to –  ‘The ostensible reason for web filter’, published ‘The Hindu’ – 2nd Dec, 2014

In the opening sentence of the Third way culture project report – 1,015 more words

Objectionable Content

What Exactly Is A "Safe" Sin?

I wish I could give credit where credit is due, but I swear I’ve completely forgotten which dynamic speaker presented this concept in a speech. God knows who he is, and I’m grateful to him for coming up with this idea. 640 more words



“And he said, “What comes out of a person is what defiles him.  For from within, out of the heart of man, comes evil thoughts, sexual immorality, theft, murder, adultery, coveting, wickedness, deceit, sensuality, envy, slander, pride, foolishness.  937 more words


Interview with Katrien Jacobs (Institute of Network Cultures)

Source: http://networkcultures.org/netporn/press/interview-with-katrien-jacobs/

Interview with Katrien Jacobs


An interview with Katrien Jacobs about netporn and identity. By Miriam Tola aka Synner. 1,913 more words

Katrien Jacobs

China: Sex, Censorship and the Rise of ‘People's Porn’ (Global Voices)

Source: http://globalvoicesonline.org/2011/09/07/china-sex-censorship-and-the-rise-of-peoples-porn/

China: Sex, Censorship and the Rise of ‘People’s Porn’

Posted 7 September 2011 12:26 GMT Written by Ronald Yick

Much of the discussion surrounding Chinese Internet culture has centered on the rise of online human rights activism, but the emergence of an online erotic culture that openly describes individuals’ personal sexual activities has also been evident in recent years. 1,787 more words

Katrien Jacobs