MrRapidByte wrote:. They should get random 12 year olds and see if they can do what they claim and if 1 fails to know how, then the claim is rubbish.
I have news for you, if a kid is willing to do that, then there is also something wrong with the kid. Child supervision is required, not 100% of the time but a HIGH majority of the time when kids are first learning to use the internet and here is something, maybe some common sense advice from parents.
I am a parent and I am for sure going to monitor what my daughter does online, make sure she is safe, get involved with what she is doing and how she is acting, say it be social media or online chatrooms or gaming communities. If you bring up your kids right then this kind of thing wont be an issue, its just an issue for lazy parents and doing this mass censorship is not the way forward or the way to stop it from happening.
It seems like they are trying to compile a list of people who view porn, for what means? What are they going to do with this information, where and how are they going to store it and for how long? Will they monitor those peoples' internet who asked to opt in to see the adult content?
About the whole claim that Google is the biggest host of child porn, how much rubbish is that, if that were true Google would also be the biggest host of copyright infringing content, just because they can link to it.....its not the same thing, linking to something is not the same as hosting something.
So overall, they are just taking, and I use this term loosely, data, mashing it all up and around, then trying to use it to match there point is just stupid. Show us some solid research which matches your claims, back it up with the studies to show the long term effects on kids and how you prove all of this and then I will even agree to the censorship, since I am fully against this censorship, I know they can never do this, thus I will never have to agree with it.
Sorry for the long post, good video though buddy
I suggest you watch the video by the original poster and perhaps read some others comments. It is not as simple as they are claiming it to be, it is so they can control the media further (beyond this porn thing) and get rights to govern the censor the internet from us all, without due reason.Wizav wrote:I really don't see what the problem is, if you want to watch porn ring up and keep it activated. The problems solved by blocking it outweigh the inconvenience of making a phone call.
Wizav wrote:I really don't see what the problem is, if you want to watch porn ring up and keep it activated. The problems solved by blocking it outweigh the inconvenience of making a phone call.
Asking everyone to learn how to setup filters and learn about that stuff is a lot more inconvenient than having to opt-out with a phone call and it does nothing to help limit illegal/abusive porn and the people who make and use it.
Wizav wrote:Kids don't want to be supervised 24/7 either and parents want to feel safe knowing there children won't be exposed.
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