There is an area of the internet that is avoided by most internet rights groups and that champions the cause for censorship when it comes to scaring up public support: child pornography. Even the most pro-internet-anarchy organizations often acknowledge that it’s the one area that should be addressed. Now, supporters of a controlled internet have… Continue reading UK PM goes after internet porn
Around 5:00 pm on Thursday, reports started flying in about child pornography being circulated on Facebook. This isn’t anything new – psychos around the world upload terrible things to all of the social media sites every day. It’s a constant flow but most sites have protocols to keep the exposure limited and few people share… Continue reading The biggest problem with the child porn that hit Facebook is that 16,000 people shared it
We know where to find porn. There are more websites dedicated to giving people their skin fix than there are sites dedicated to curing cancer, solving political issues, or educating children. Why, then, does porn continue to pop up on so many apps and just about every user-generated content site? Vine, Twitter’s new 6-second video… Continue reading Why does porn pop up everywhere it shouldn’t?
Porn is really easy to get, isn’t it? Porn has always been the internet’s biggest business, but most of us would-be consumers are generally asking ‘what business’? Porn is perfectly easy to get for free. That’s just what porn producers are worried about, and they’re rallying to change it. Studio Pink Visual has rallied adult… Continue reading This Time, The Porn Watches You