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[b]Cameron to ensure parents are led through a filter process on all new computers[/b]

[size=4]David Cameron is to toughen up controls on internet pornography to protect children.[/size]

[size=4]In future, anyone buying a new computer or signing up with a new internet service provider will be asked whether they have children when they log on for the first time.[/size]

[size=4]Those answering

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Oh good Lord...

Invest that time into some real troubleshooting.
The UK needs quite a fair share of that.

Hint: teens getting off on internet porn is none of that. (Y)

[i]Glassed Silver:mac[/i]
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what a load of crap

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Porn will always be around for as long as there is humans and the internet! :p
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I was about to say "What a wan**er" but maybe not :p

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Great, another reason to put up internet prices (I bet the service will actually cost the ISPs a fair bit to setup and run)
**** you cameron, **** you. Who voted this idiot into power?

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[quote name='n_K' timestamp='1353176577' post='595328502']
Great, another reason to put up internet prices (I bet the service will actually cost the ISPs a fair bit to setup and run)
**** you cameron, **** you. Who voted this idiot into power?
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Noone, he lost, as did all the rest, but as he had the most votes he a$$licked the lib-dems and managed to create a coalition just to beat labour, but you would never know it was a coalition

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[quote name='n_K' timestamp='1353176577' post='595328502']
Great, another reason to put up internet prices (I bet the service will actually cost the ISPs a fair bit to setup and run)
[b]**** you cameron, **** you. Who voted this idiot into power?[/b]
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No one.
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[quote name='n_K' timestamp='1353176577' post='595328502']
Great, another reason to put up internet prices (I bet the service will actually cost the ISPs a fair bit to setup and run)
**** you cameron, **** you. Who voted this idiot into power?
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Quite a few people, unfortunately. :p

I must say that it's a bit absurd that this will be enforced onus and the ISPs. They could just send out a leaflet to teach parents to mind their kids, or pray that some parents have common sense, or simply let the kids watch porn. I've heard of more harmful things to do.

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[quote name='n_K' timestamp='1353176577' post='595328502']
Great, another reason to put up internet prices (I bet the service will actually cost the ISPs a fair bit to setup and run)
**** you cameron, **** you. Who voted this idiot into power?
[/quote]
sheltering oblivious soccer moms.
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[quote]Those answering
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What a bell end.

Dave, how about doing something about the triple-dip recession you're causing rather than wasting your time pandering to Daily Fail-reading morons.
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[quote name='jakem1' timestamp='1353177474' post='595328540']
What a bell end.

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:laugh:

You should join the House of Commons meetings, Ali G style ;)
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The internet should order new curbs on meddling politicians.
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Glad to see they've got their priorities right. :s

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Cameron watched his first porn when he was 20 I guess...
And for a lot of teens the internet is known as:
[CODE]games + social networks + porn = internet[/CODE]

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It's not the governments job to parent. There are parental controls on practically everything these days, including your computer. Turn them on if you're worried, stop asking the government to do your job for you.

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Only in the UK.

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I wonder if these same anti-porn filters will also block the Daily Mail online? the same Daily Mail which was drooling over a 13yr old saying she "looks all grown up" if the Daily Mail was a family member it'd be a creepy uncle complaining about paedos while asking the kids to sit on his lap. :|

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eWEjvCRPrCo

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[quote name='Xilo' timestamp='1353191516' post='595328972']
Only in the UK.
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Whatever do you mean?

Filtering porn is nothing new.

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[quote name='FlintyV' timestamp='1353193023' post='595329010']
Whatever do you mean?

Filtering porn is nothing new.
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Forcing ISPs to do it is though.

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[quote name='n_K' timestamp='1353193144' post='595329012']
Forcing ISPs to do it is though.
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They're legally not forcing them to do it as they'd never actually be able to legislate it, it's just a bluff he's hoping the ISPs just do as he says and they might do a small part but some of the ISPs have actually been fairly decent about protecting their users.

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They're not forcing them to do it right now, they've got to do it by themselves or he will legislate it. It was legislated on mobile phone internet too, never used to be limited but now with all providers in the UK you have to phone them up to get the internet restrictions off.

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So David Cameron takes advice from the Daily Mail now?

Problem with democracy is, I can't even stop this lousy ****...

Oh I can go on the governments petition website and set one up, that's going to make all the difference. /s
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