Ban on ‘rhythm’ websites.

#25
What I'd like to see is the Useless Cunts Act 2019, providing for a 25% cut in salary for MPs who vote ai every time the HoC passes moronic legislation like this that cannot possibly achieve it's stated aims.
 
#26
There's a more in depth article on the block here in Wired. My thought is that with all laws they only apply to those who will abide by them - like the gun laws.

Much of the professionally produced porn on the Web is pirated content, hosted in faraway and difficult to police areas. No-one is going to get them to participate in a verification system unless it directly benefits them which it won't as they will need to identify themselves which will make them open to actions for copyright infringement. There are of course cryptocurrencies like bit-coin, but will the UK authorities be content to partner with organisations whose entire existence revolves around the criminal act of piracy? - I suspect not as they will be subject to complaints from the legitimate porn production companies.

It will effect those outfits PornHub & Brazzers who are legitimate companies that partner with the porn producers. They may disappear as enthusiastic masturbators flock to the sites that host pirated porn in Russia etc.

There are also sites like Biqle & Motherless, hosted in such places that rely almost entirely on user generated content. Who will police them?
 
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#28
Won’t the content be blocked by uk filters though? Like a massive work internet blocker does?

No because there's no massive national internet blocker in place in the UK unlike places like China and Russia. Even if there were using the Opera browser with inbuilt VPN would bypass it.
 
#29
I can imagine the bloke in the shop's eyebrows going up and down knowingly as you request one of the verification forms.

After the internet porn revolution that allowed everyone to strangle Kojak in privacy, it's back to humiliation akin to grabbing a copy of Razzle from the top shelf and hoping the woman who knows your mum doesn't end up serving you.
 
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#30
Won’t the content be blocked by uk filters though? Like a massive work internet blocker does?
Considering some browsers can automatically use overseas addresses that will be a no, there are no IT skills required to get round this

Against randy teenagers they haven't got a hope in hell
 
#31
Surely this is to safeguard vulnerable people, ie kids and mongs? How’s about a law that punishes irresponsible parents for allowing those to whom they are legally responsible for being exposed to this? Extend it to parents of fat füçking Augustus Gloop kids who are an NHS time-bomb.

Kyles law?

How about MPs start manning up and imposing social responsibility on the country. You utter çûnts.
 
#33
Does this sort of thing infringe my human rights? Article 8 of The Human Rights Act says;
Snip - "This right means that the media and others can be prevented from interfering in your life. It also means that personal information about you (including official records, photographs, letters, diaries and medical records) should be kept securely and not shared without your permission, except in certain circumstances."
Human rights are meant for criminals, not Joe Public downloading terrabytes of porn
 
#34
Lawley says that 60,000 shops in Britain will offer Age Verification cards (based on shopkeeper’s assessment), which should be on offer before April.
Like lottery scratch cards then?

In fact - there’s a winning idea, how about making the age verification cards into scratch cards - each one revealing a 24 hour porn pass.

At a pound per card we could likely fund the NHS, schools, railways, roads, HS2, armed forces & Trident replacement from just the wankers on this site alone.
 
#35
What I'd like to see is the Useless cnuts Act 2019, providing for a 25% cut in salary for MPs who vote ai every time the HoC passes moronic legislation like this that cannot possibly achieve it's stated aims.
I propose a bill to amend this legislation to Throwing the useless cunts off Westminster Bridge tied to a breeze block Act 2019
 

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