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Anonymity and porn

S1 (1) of the Obscene Publications Act, 1959, defines what constitutes a criminally obscene article. In the Court of Criminal Appeals in 2002, in the case of   562 more words


Age verification takes another step forward in the UK

The Digital Economy Bill 2016 has just completed its 2nd Reading in Parliament. This is the first major step in the British legislative system. The 1st Reading is largely a formality. 241 more words

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Pornography as a secret Zionist and Freemason weapon against the White Race

“We corrupt in order to rule.”
— Italian Freemason Giuseppe Mazzini

Jews use pornography “to destroy gentile morals”: “Jews have a grudge against Christianity, an “atavistic hatred of Christian authority” rooted in centuries of humiliation, and pornography is one of the ways in which they get their revenge on their Christian persecutors — the hateful oppressors who expelled them from 109 countries since the year 250 AD, always without justification. 3,019 more words

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Evidence to the House of Lords Communications Committee

On 19th July I appeared before the House of Lords Communications Committee. They are holding an Enquiry into  Children and the internet.  On the day I was largely responding to oral questions. 1,319 more words


It seems like only yesterday

It seems like only yesterday……hang on a minute, it was only yesterday (well – two days ago but I claim poetic licence), I was predicting that once McDonald’s had agreed to introduce filtering (for adult pornography and child abuse images)  into their system for providing free WiFi access on their premises in the USA… 212 more words


Good but with a serious weakness

Porn in the UK

In 2010 the UK established an excellent system for dealing with TV-like hard core pornographic material published online by businesses domiciled within the UK.   1,554 more words


The Red State Gay Porn Habit: Why Conservative States like Mississippi and North Carolina Lead the Nation in Same-Sex Porn Consumption

Mississippi and North Carolina recently passed some of the harshest laws in the nation targeting the LGBT community. As statistics from PornHub show, congressmen might be legislating against queer and trans people, but their constituencies sure do love to watch them have sex. 1,340 more words

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