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    Why I can look at pron at school

    http://www.techtree.com/techtree/jsp...532&cat_id=643


    Does anyone after reading that laugh? Or cry? Admins could so easily just block the .xxx for pron sites so easily but NOOOOOOO they have their heads up their asses thinking of the kids who are less likely to see this **** accidently in the first place if the idea had been passed.
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    I think it's interesting that this thread is extremely negative with no points on the OP or the thread.

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    Yup, noticed the bouncing banned guys earlier .....

    Soda_Popinsky: As Egaladeist said, in a round-about way, TROLLS

    OMG, Egaladeist's post is gone too!

    One of the Mods is doing their job tonight! ( not necessarly refering to Egaladeist's post. )

    Others already hit the tread to bring it up where it should be so I don't have to, but I don't understand gore's post.

    It is my understanding from the article that the .xxx will be so those visiting pron will feel “more secure” that they are viewing a reputable pron site because it is registered as such, thus more likely to give up their Visa account number.

    It will not stop or close down sites that use others ( like .com ).

    I have not been following this .xxx thing, anyone else get the same impression?

    Do you think .xxx will help keep pron away from kids?
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    Well,

    If you create a domain for "adult content" and only for that, it should be very easy to get legislation through that will crucify any other domain that hosts it. And have some nice "bubba time" for anyone who tries to set up a site outside of it. That is why the outfit trying to promote it have spent so much money..................they can smell a monopoly.

    From the parental control viewpoint, all they have to do is set the system to block .xxx sites and a lot of the potential problems will be dealt with.

    I am sure that there will be violations, but the people who do will have to be careful and use passwords and encryption etc.That will keep the kiddies out as well.

    What Gore is saying is that these bozos are throwing up a golden opportunity to protect children due to narrowminded bigotry, and crass stupidity on their part. They will NOT make "adult content" go away, they will not make drugs go away, they will not make theft go away etc.................there is too much damn money involved!

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    Hi IKnowNot,

    OMG, Egaladeist's post is gone too!
    I deleted my own post...no sense catering to Spec's attention needs the list of banned names I posted was like a resume'...he'd probably get a thrill out of it.

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    Now I don't want to sound cynical here but I am sure that many of you are familiar with the old legislators' adage:

    "If you cannot beat it......................tax it"

    Having them all together would make that a very realistic proposition?

    If you cannot do someone any good: don't do them any harm....
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    Hi nihil,

    Here...the way they dealt with prostitution was to licence massage parlors and escort services...the police know what going on and look the other way...

    1. it got them off the street corners
    2. it made it cleaner as all parlors are inspected and have to meet health standards
    3. they all now pay taxes ( well they're supposed to anyways ) and the businesses pay taxes

    a compromise for a very old problem that isn't ever going to go away.

    I think .xxx is a reasonable way to deal with a problem that there's no other reasonable solution for...regulate and tax it. ...it won't solve the problem...and there will always be exceptions that will sneak past the rules...but all-in-all a bad plan is better than no plan at all.



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