Nanny State Porn Ban Incoming

#62
You seem surprised, remember these legislators forced a policy on the forces of less alcohol and no duty free from the comfort of their subsidised bars and restaurants!
I feel lucky to have missed pay as you die!



Bearing in mind all of the above, and past clusterfcuks, bus lane on the M4, Tony Blair, Immigration policy, selling off vast amounts of gold at rock bottom prices, universal credit, etc its about time for the whole rotten festering barrel of inept useless ******* stood down, before there is another civil war, street riots, national strike, and or a Hi-Viz emergence as seen in France....Just a thought.

Late edit to add:- TSR2, HS2, the Westland helicopter affair, Fiddling expenses, The NHS computer cockup, Suez, The Profumo scandal, the ineptitude of the security services, with Blunt, Burgess, McLean & Philby, & the African ground nut Ballsup, and not forgetting foriegn aid to nuclear countries, & ignoring the overwhelming objections by the electorate. Allowing convicted criminals back into the HoL & HoP. Not booting out convicted foriegn criminals, and Islamic state activists. Can't think of any more, if any Arrser out there can, please feel free to add to the list.
 
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#67
I've written a few essays on this around the place. Some even here on arrse.

Check out:

Porn performers talk about the UK porn laws - Pandora Blake

She has done a lot more research on it. I cribbed a lot of her hard hours.

It's going ahead. It's ham-fisted. It's not about porn or the kids it's about censorship, about cutting out your tongue. Sure, proxies and VPN's are all ways around it, but when they become illegal, just like guns, only criminals will have them, right?

Porn is shit anyway. It's badly done. It's abusive towards women but it's abusive towards men as well. It's exploitative across the board. But it's financed and supported by the state. They make it illegal, but only because they want you all to be criminals. I watched some shit today that could get me locked up for 10 years according the laws of this land. And so did you, probably.

No, not kids or animals. Just standard shit. It's illegal. You aren't allowed to watch it. You can go to jail for doing that shit. Yet you still did it. Didn't you?

The whole leverage point of this debacle though, is how they are farming out the software to the sites that are doing the porn in the first place. Conflict of interest? Manwin and all that run the top 5 sites on the net (and the do dominate by a large extent) will be given the power to reap your credit card and whatnot. Yeah, good luck with that. They are being given respectability the very people you should be protected against. It's insane. It's meant to be insane. It's a mental mind ****.

You can also log in via your Facebook as well. It's too much to go in to here. I've been through it all before. No one cares. Get a VPN and learn how to use it. That's pretty difficult and pretty expensive. It will also be illegal in 24 months time.

The battle for the internet was lost a few years ago. You is gonna get data raped and privacy raped boy! Learn to like it. It's how it is.

But this is just the beginning. Porn first. Then the other stuff later. And don't forget that the fat lady who lives 3 doors down from you can access all your internet history because she works for the council. Yup. Did you forget about that?

Abuses and breaches of data happen all the time but rarely get prosecuted. Those in the medical profession and those in the police are the prime abusers. They behave with impunity knowing they can get away with it. Even when they get caught and are bang to rights they just get a slap on the wrist. Some get hard prison time. But not enough.

Soon you will learn that it is just easier to obey your masters.

And you will.
 
#69
I've written a few essays on this around the place. Some even here on arrse.

Check out:

Porn performers talk about the UK porn laws - Pandora Blake

She has done a lot more research on it. I cribbed a lot of her hard hours.

It's going ahead. It's ham-fisted. It's not about porn or the kids it's about censorship, about cutting out your tongue. Sure, proxies and VPN's are all ways around it, but when they become illegal, just like guns, only criminals will have them, right?

Porn is shit anyway. It's badly done. It's abusive towards women but it's abusive towards men as well. It's exploitative across the board. But it's financed and supported by the state. They make it illegal, but only because they want you all to be criminals. I watched some shit today that could get me locked up for 10 years according the laws of this land. And so did you, probably.

No, not kids or animals. Just standard shit. It's illegal. You aren't allowed to watch it. You can go to jail for doing that shit. Yet you still did it. Didn't you?

The whole leverage point of this debacle though, is how they are farming out the software to the sites that are doing the porn in the first place. Conflict of interest? Manwin and all that run the top 5 sites on the net (and the do dominate by a large extent) will be given the power to reap your credit card and whatnot. Yeah, good luck with that. They are being given respectability the very people you should be protected against. It's insane. It's meant to be insane. It's a mental mind ****.

You can also log in via your Facebook as well. It's too much to go in to here. I've been through it all before. No one cares. Get a VPN and learn how to use it. That's pretty difficult and pretty expensive. It will also be illegal in 24 months time.

The battle for the internet was lost a few years ago. You is gonna get data raped and privacy raped boy! Learn to like it. It's how it is.

But this is just the beginning. Porn first. Then the other stuff later. And don't forget that the fat lady who lives 3 doors down from you can access all your internet history because she works for the council. Yup. Did you forget about that?

Abuses and breaches of data happen all the time but rarely get prosecuted. Those in the medical profession and those in the police are the prime abusers. They behave with impunity knowing they can get away with it. Even when they get caught and are bang to rights they just get a slap on the wrist. Some get hard prison time. But not enough.

Soon you will learn that it is just easier to obey your masters.

And you will.
@Boumer ... comment??
 
#70
Bloody hypocrites!
More than 24,000 attempts were made to access pornographic websites in the Houses of Parliament since the general election, according to official data.
The figure of 24,473 attempts represents around 160 requests per day on average from computers and other devices connected to the parliamentary network - which is used by MPs, peers and staff - between June and October last year.
People have tried to access porn from parliament's computers 24,000 times since last June
I think you'll find it's because I work there
 
#72
Bearing in mind all of the above, and past clusterfcuks, bus lane on the M4, Tony Blair, Immigration policy, selling off vast amounts of gold at rock bottom prices, universal credit, etc its about time for the whole rotten festering barrel of inept useless ******* stood down, before there is another civil war, street riots, national strike, and or a Hi-Viz emergence as seen in France....Just a thought.
Fantastic idea, but can we wait until the weather gets better? My knees don't like the damp and wet.Ta.
 
#73
Erm... are your reaching out for me for technical comment or knowledge of the "adult industry".....?

On VPNs, you pay for what you get. Free VPNs will data-rape you, cheap VPNs probably are not that secure.

Frankly, I could show you a work around using proxy servers which is free, reliable and renders you very difficult to trace. It is, of course, unlawful. It is fantastically easy to breach the Computer Misuse Act 1990

1 Unauthorised access to computer material.

(1)A person is guilty of an offence if—

(a)he causes a computer to perform any function with intent to secure access to any program or data held in any computer [F1, or to enable any such access to be secured] ;

(b)the access he intends to secure [F2, or to enable to be secured,] is unauthorised; and

(c)he knows at the time when he causes the computer to perform the function that that is the case.
If you look at other countries, they ban "unauthorised" VPNs, VOIP and require registration for computer services (all of which are probably back-doored by the government using contractors and kit that they could never develop themselves). This is reportedly a very good read on that topic

Cyber Mercenaries by Tim Maurer

it is quite funny when I speak with people in the UK. When they hear my attitudes, it is not that I am anti-authority (I was genuinely described as "anti-Blue", the other night - apparently after all my prior service I hate the police and did "whilst you were in"*).

It is simply that in the UK people don't appreciate the freedom you have. Try living in other countries and no matter how shiny they may be, you have to live very carefully and quietly to avoid getting locked up arbitrarily.

This is on my reading pile (which is truly out of control and I am at serious risk of death by Tsundoku -積ん読 - the Japanese term for piling up books without reading them).

Gnomon by Nick Harkaway

A dystopian future Britain that has turned into a high-tech cage.

I used to joke I was an "iPlod", but let us hope that never turns into this




*My closest friend once said I am not anti-authority, I was merely "anti-Idiot").
 
#74
Erm... are your reaching out for me for technical comment or knowledge of the "adult industry".....?

On VPNs, you pay for what you get. Free VPNs will data-rape you, cheap VPNs probably are not that secure.

Frankly, I could show you a work around using proxy servers which is free, reliable and renders you very difficult to trace. It is, of course, unlawful. It is fantastically easy to breach the Computer Misuse Act 1990



If you look at other countries, they ban "unauthorised" VPNs, VOIP and require registration for computer services (all of which are probably back-doored by the government using contractors and kit that they could never develop themselves). This is reportedly a very good read on that topic

Cyber Mercenaries by Tim Maurer

it is quite funny when I speak with people in the UK. When they hear my attitudes, it is not that I am anti-authority (I was genuinely described as "anti-Blue", the other night - apparently after all my prior service I hate the police and did "whilst you were in"*).

It is simply that in the UK people don't appreciate the freedom you have. Try living in other countries and no matter how shiny they may be, you have to live very carefully and quietly to avoid getting locked up arbitrarily.

This is on my reading pile (which is truly out of control and I am at serious risk of death by Tsundoku -積ん読 - the Japanese term for piling up books without reading them).

Gnomon by Nick Harkaway

A dystopian future Britain that has turned into a high-tech cage.

I used to joke I was an "iPlod", but let us hope that never turns into this




*My closest friend once said I am not anti-authority, I was merely "anti-Idiot").
Nice catch, just snagged it and will start to read tonight.
 
#75
#76
So here I am, well over 18 years old. More than three time over and I certainly look it. I don't get asked for proof of age anywhere I go because it's so obvious. So how do I get some sort of porn pass? Do I just pop into the corner shop and ask for one? Will there be a fee? Do I fill in a form? If so, what info would they want from me?

You see, I sometimes hear people being asked for ID. Not because they have to establish who they are but if they are over 18. But what does ID have to do with age? Those people have to give away some of their privacy to some jobsworth, or nosey sod just to be a customer.

Well, I don't want to do that. No corner shop staff or agency has to know who I am, it's none of their business. I don't get to know who they are and where they live and I bet they would be offended if asked for their ID.

But most of all, I couldn't trust any of them with my details. I already get more than enough Junk mail and nuisance phone calls which originates from firms that assure me that it won't be used for any marketing whatsoever. Speaking of which, Cotton Traders are the worst offenders for doing this, even to the point of arguing the score and telling bare faced lies about it.

Besides, what do the Government hope the achieve? Do they think this will be do any good? People who can't watch their porn but still have a computer will just get up to mischief instead. So we can expect more scams, fake news, etc.
 
#79
Does this mean I'm going to have to go and buy grot mags from garages now? I'm not sure I could spaff over still images anymore, it'll take some retrofitting to get used to after years of thrashing myself silly over "amateur milfs"
 
#80
biggest mistake ever, all those males stuck in sexless marriges will turn that pent up anger on the little shits that are MPS, screwfix have ordered 1000s more yellow high **** jackets
 

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