posted on Oct, 16 2013 @ 04:51 AM
The very fact that you have to make an active decision to view censored content is a problem for me.
I don't want someone connecting to my network saying, 'oh you allow violent content about magical unicorns to be viewed .... hrmmmm ... what does
this say about you Pinke?'
Essentially it's an attempt at being the morality police. It normalizes the idea that there is a pile of stuff that shouldn't be looked at.
I don't mind companies like Ebay doing whatever they want in the same way that ATS doesn't allow some types of conversation, but adults purchasing
internet connections shouldn't have to fill out a browsing habits survey to buy a connection.
Though I do believe people should be better educated and prepared for the internet, I don't think this is necessarily a good thing.