British porn database

Duration: 12min 32sec Views: 423 Submitted: 19.08.2019
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By TruePublica: Britain is a surveillance state, the worst in the democratic West. In a short period of time, it has amassed a rather sordid history of citizen surveillance — and it continues to be unlawful. But what does the state really know about us and what about the future? Under Theresa May in the Home Office, the surveillance state became ever more paranoid. It became the most extreme surveillance architecture ever devised in the West — and still is. They wanted it all — compromising naked usually images of you, your family and friends, what subscriptions you have, sexual orientation and preferences and with whom, earnings, expenditure and on what — places you visit, dates you went there, what you did when you were there.

UK to introduce porn age-checks in July

Privacy Row as U.K. Government Plans Porn User Database

Online porn age checks delayed in UK. Porn check critics fear data breach. Porn: All you need to know about the UK's porn block for under 18s. Porn site age-check law demanded by media regulator. An age-check scheme designed to stop unders viewing pornographic websites will come into force on 15 July. From that date, affected sites will have to verify the age of UK visitors. If they fail to comply they will face being blocked by internet service providers.

Privacy Row as U.K. Government Plans Porn User Database

The Government has recently been looking to introduce new checks to ensure that adult content can only be viewed by those over Doing so will create a vulnerable set of information that could expose anyone, according to the group. Those that are likely to be in charge of the process say that privacy should be at its heart. But the way that the systems are set up might not allow people to keep their data secure.
We review products independently , but we may earn affiliate commissions from buying links on this page. Terms of use. The result is that the 'ban' will be pushed back for up to six months while the government completes the notification process, according to an estimation given by Culture Secretary Jeremy Wright.