posted on Jul, 22 2013 @ 05:10 AM
reply to post by beezzer
I agree with you, but it is one of the only sides of 'Big Brother' that I do agree with. I see that people who want porn can still receive it but
it means that I won't have to ever watch what my little grand daughter opens up on the computer, so its a relief in one respect.
I do feel that there is a very preditory side out there, as shown by a recent case of young girl grooming, that our youngsters need to be aware of so
they don't fall victim and of course, the human trafficking side of life that goes on on our streets. Obviously its the parent's reesponsibility to
warn their youngsters, but some preditors are parents and also some simply either won't or can't. Perhaps either educational information for kids
could be available in schools or some other means found to protect our youngsters as we can't bring them up into this world in cotton wool - however
much some of us would like to.
Also where is Mr Cameron going to call the line, will he stop just at hard porn or will he push to include some of the suggestive pop videos and
songs, it could become a slippery slope.
Wonder who he will get to take on the task of sitting through watching it all - any thoughts? Peter Mand...on came to my mind, something useful for
him to do as he loves to make himself useful in politics and politics useful to him.