CNN: Saying that “the darkest corners of the Internet” pose a real threat to children, British Prime Minister David Cameron on Monday rolled out a plan that would, by default, block p0rnography on most computers, smartphones and tablets.
British wireless and Internet providers have agreed to put adult-content filters on phones, public Wi-Fi networks and home computers in the coming months. By the end of the year, the filters will become the default setting for anyone setting up broadband Internet service at home, Cameron said.
The Brits are at it again, folks. First it was the Stamp Act. Then it was the Declaratory Act. Then it was the Quartering Act. Now it’s the Anti-P0rn Act. Yes, the Brits have a long, long history of tyranny and oppression. I say down with the Britain! I haven’t felt the desire to ever actually call it GREAT Britain anyway. The fuck is so great about it?
Now to be fair, it was explained later in the article that the filters can be disabled by anyone who can prove that they are 18 or older. But WTF? Now I have to call up my service provider and say “hey, it’s 2am and I’m drunk and I wanna juice it, can you guys disable the filter? Yeah, yeah, P0rnHub mostly, possibly YouJ!zz if I can’t find anything I’m in the mood for on P0rnHub. Lately I’ve been into Latinas and YouJ!zz has a better selection of that genre.”
Lol that genre. P0rn comes in genres now. Not even niches, not even fetishes, fucking genres. Like if you’re trolling Netflix and you’re in the mood for an action movie, there’s an action genre. If you’re trolling P0rnHub and you’re in the mood for a schoolteacher type deal, there’s a school genre. In fact, I believe one of Isaac Newton’s laws of physics was “if it exists, there is P0RN of it.” You like desks? There are about 2 million videos of chicks being plowed on desks. You like swimming pools? Chicks on the Internet can hold their breath for like 5 minutes!
I think it’s hilarious that, if the democrats ever pushed for this here, soccer moms, feminists, and all kinds of human interests groups would hail it as progress and republicans would say “don’t tread on me.” If the republicans ever pushed it, the family values people would hail it as progress and democrats would say it’s religious legislation. Whatever the case, let’s just hope it never makes its way across the ocean.