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Submitted: 07/28/2013
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#1 - ctenop (07/28/2013) [-]
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Once it's implemented, it will be easy to manipulate. We stopped sopa, acta and all that in America, it's time to do it for England. The Internet is a place of freedom and self expression, just because a child killer used the internet before he killed children doesn't mean it's the internet's fault. They imply before internet porn there were no killers or rapists or suicides. Porn, statistically lowers rape (one study showed 80%), and suicide forums usually persuade people not do it. Ban porn on internet being east to reach, but keep porn on page three of the sun, and have sex lines in the back any child can access...
User avatar #9 - infernalinsolence (07/28/2013) [-]
One thing that this makes me think of is high school students here. One of the Biology units for the GCSE, and in years 8/9, regard the human reproductive system. If people want to revise that for a test, isn't most, if not all of that, going to be blocked?

Censorship, in any form, is a ridiculous thing. I would have hoped one of the leaders of this country would realise that before a kid who's not even 17 yet.
#8 - budva (07/28/2013) [-]
Murica's you need to help us like we helped you. We petitioned our local MP's to raise pressure on the USA to stop SOPA and CISPA you need to petition your local gvt to pressure ours.
#13 - buzzin like a bee (07/29/2013) [-]
Took around 2 minutes top
#10 - seuss ONLINE (07/29/2013) [+] (2 replies)
Sound familiar?
#2 - anonymous (07/28/2013) [+] (4 replies)
or just phone your net provider and say you don't want the block?

oh wait you're prob underage and don't pay for the internet.
User avatar #4 to #2 - ctenop (07/28/2013) [-]
And also, think of the kid whose 15/16, wants to access some sites, not necessary porn. He has to ask his parents, who will think it's porn. I wouldn't of cared if it was just the porn blocking, but extending it to other stuff is a bit out of line...
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