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DBLM

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Re: Government trying to outlaw prostitution sites
« Reply #240 on: 28 June 2019, 07:24:30 am »
Actually, they just pushed it back by 6 months- I wonder how many clients will get a VPN to access AW- worrying times xxx

AW said (somewhere) that anyone who has bought credits from them has by default given AW enough info to verify age.

Anyway, in general, I think this porn ban simpLy means using a VPN will become the usual way to browse the WWW in the UK. All sorts of printed magazines (aimed at older people) have been having front page articles on everything about VPNs for quite a while now.

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Re: Government trying to outlaw prostitution sites
« Reply #241 on: 01 July 2019, 12:36:34 pm »
Personally, that was all, I thought, initially.
What was all the fuss, I thought (initially).

But then I have also seen the governments using the "backdoor" approach, adding a few more rules/legislations that go against prostitution along with the new law. 

Politicans. . .

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Re: Government trying to outlaw prostitution sites
« Reply #242 on: 11 July 2019, 09:47:47 am »
I think it's the Law.
Once it is laid, you cannot get it changed.

In UK, women need to be vigilant over what these deeply insecure feminazi that pretend to be "genuine feminists" are doing.  Stop any changes in laws around sex/porn etc etc.

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Re: Government trying to outlaw prostitution sites
« Reply #243 on: 16 October 2019, 07:29:07 pm »
It's off; online age-verification has officially been scrapped.
It was announced in today's news.
Culture Secretary, Nicky Morgan, says that they are now working on a new way to prevent under-18s accessing porn online.
Authoritative parenting, along with recourse, on the part of parents, to parental internet controls, are what she should be aiming to enforce, IMO...

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Re: Government trying to outlaw prostitution sites
« Reply #244 on: 17 October 2019, 08:00:41 am »
It's off; online age-verification has officially been scrapped.
It was announced in today's news.
Culture Secretary, Nicky Morgan, says that they are now working on a new way to prevent under-18s accessing porn online.
Authoritative parenting, along with recourse, on the part of parents, to parental internet controls, are what she should be aiming to enforce, IMO...

I saw this too. Good news all round!
These days there are no Prince Charmings. A girl just has to be her own hero

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Re: Government trying to outlaw prostitution sites
« Reply #245 on: 17 October 2019, 08:22:19 am »
However it would seem other options may be explored.