[clug] OT: naughty hyperlinks to cost $11,000/day
Grant.Baldwin at anu.edu.au
Thu Mar 19 12:12:26 GMT 2009
Probably because it, like most other open video and photo hosts, wound
up making available something meeting the legal definition (at least)
of kiddie porn, for at least long enough for a complaint to be noted.
Then there is also the status of x or nc rated material being offered
outside the ACT, which raises questions about federal vs. state
enforcement that I don't recall the answers to.
Get used to your porn, especially anything web 2.0ish, being illegal.
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E: Grant.Baldwin at anu.edu.au
On 19/03/2009, at 17:28, Alex Satrapa <grail at goldweb.com.au> wrote:
> On 19/03/2009, at 16:47 , Ric de France wrote:
>> 2009/3/19 Alex Satrapa <grail at goldweb.com.au>
>> ... the list looks pretty awful, and can understand why some of the
>> stuff is there... but other stuff like censoring some other
>> wikileaks pages and some wikipedia pages is just straight out
> They've put RedTube on the list too! Is anyone aware of *illegal*
> content on that site? The best I can come up with is depictions of
> sex acts that fail to follow safe sex practices. It's mostly just
> (poor quality) porn.
> Not that I've actually *seen* any of the stuff on RedTube, since the
> whole site is illegal, and I'm a law-abiding citizen.
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