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David Cameron orders new curbs on internet Porn

Post  Panda on Sun 18 Nov - 7:32

David Cameron 'orders new curbs on internet porn'


David Cameron has ordered tough new controls on web pornography to protect children, it has been reported.








David Cameron, an avid iPad user, has pushed for tighter than expected curbs on internet pornography Photo: REX FEATURES





7:30AM GMT 17 Nov 2012

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The new measures will mean that in future anyone buying a new computer or signing up with a new internet service provider (ISP) will be asked, when they log on for the first time, whether they have children.


If the answer is "yes", the parent will be taken through the process of installing anti-pornography filters, as well as a series of questions on how stringent they wish the restrictions to be, according to a newspaper.


The options include allowing parents to impose timed access limits on explicit material, or preventing children from viewing social networking sites such as Facebook during particular hours of the day.


Ministers will also tell ISPs to impose "appropriate measures" to make sure that those setting the controls are over 18, according to the Daily Mail.


They will also be told to prompt existing customers to install the technology to block pornography.



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The measures, which are expected to be unveiled by the Government later this month, go further than recommendations drawn up by Reg Bailey, head of the Mother's Union, who was asked by ministers to look into the matter.

Ministers are expected to tell ISPs that they must bring in the new rules or face legislation

A Downing Street source told the Mail: "We know lots of parents are concerned about the material their children are accessing on the internet and we want to do more to help. We've consulted on a variety of options on how we can make it safer for children online.

"Internet service providers have made great progress to date in implementing 'active choice' controls, as recommended by Reg Bailey, where all users are asked if they want to switch on parental controls.

"After intervention from the Prime Minister, the Government is urging providers to go one step further and make sure their systems actively encourage parents, whether they are new or existing customers, to switch on parental controls."

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Just what did Britain give away when successive PM'S signed Treaties?

Post  Panda on Sun 18 Nov - 8:03

We already know that the Human Rights Bill has worked in favour of the Criminals to such an extent that Britain has no control.

The EU diktat that Prisoners be given the right to vote has been disputed by Britain but now we find that our refusal to acknowledge this may result in a Fine by the Strasbourg Court so the Government is voting on Thursday the following cave-in.

1. Prisoners serving less than 6 months, Prisoners serving 4 yrs and prisoners with life Sentences.

2. We acquiesed on the EU Farming Policy with the result that our young Farmers are leasing Land in other Countries and we are being paid £12,000 to keep a field fallow and importing inferior produce costing us more and increasing unemployment.

3. The major EU Countries are calling for a European Army now to be administered from Brussels no doubt. Where was Europe when the U.S. Britain and Commonwealth Countries were fighting injustice around the World.?

4. British MEP's enjoy the perks of their job, good Pensions after only a few years service, free travel, etc yet have never done anything to promote British interests.

5. Because Belgium does not consider it necessary to check passengers passports before they travel on the EuroStar to Paddington , there is no check on any potential Terrorist entering Britain.







Tony Blair promised a referendum, as did Gordon Brown, now Cameron is faced with the same demand from the people and is dithering.

The sooner we leave the EU and make our own Laws and decisions the better, good on the Daily Express their campaign is gaining momentum.

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