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    age verification databases for sites with adult material?

    i went out to http://www.grandmasboymovie.com/grandmas_boy.php? to check out this new movie and it requires some kind of age verification in order to view the real content of the page, what happened to just posting a warning? i thought at first that it just looks at the birthdate field and calculates your age based on it, but it seems to be actually checking all of the information against some kind of database. my info wasnt in the database, so i couldnt get in, can anybody get it to work? this seems like a pretty disturbing invasion to privacy to me besides the fact that it's preventing people that can legally view the content from accessing it. what if this becomes a trend with sites that contain adult material? who wants to be giving their full name, birthdate, and zip code to every porno site they go to?

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    Lie..

    Thats what I do

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    Well, lying doesn't work

    My call would be that it is a scam. There isn't anything there, they just want you to go to the links at the bottom

    "Databases" ack! phtt! have you any idea how big they would be? and where would they get the infomation from without violating the homeland security act and a whole lot more besides?

    It is either a scam or the site has not been set up yet?

    I used a real name and zip code as well.....................................


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    Well...I never actually went to the site...


    but any site that asks me that kinda info...deserves to be lied to cause it is usually a scam of some sort

    I use my hotmail account for that crap
    firstname= morgan
    Lastname= le fay
    zip\pc=m5w 2a6 (cbc.ca headquarters toronto on)
    (guess I could pick a US one if that canadian postal code didnt work)
    Birthdate= whatever I need it to be


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    Hi Morgana~

    but any site that asks me that kinda info...deserves to be lied to
    Do you really think that they will SPAM the White House?

    Does George Jnr. know that he is not on their database?



    I was mildly interested because I have done some work in the past on customer databases and postal codes.

    The site itself seems pretty simple. It is a promotional thing for a film soon to be showing. It is a public release to cinemas film with an adult audience rating. The pr0n stuff is just marketing hype.

    The name and address information would be available over here from our electoral registers. These are in the public domain and are available electronically, but they are very large and terribly expensive.

    The age bit is available, but not in the public domain

    That is why I think it is just a promotional/marketing scam.

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    Does George Jnr. know that he is not on their database?
    Maybe they are making their own database...........probably log IP addys and read some cookies too............serve up some wmf file....for tracking purposes ....of course

    I am not in the database either

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    Hey Hey,

    There's an interesting discussion on this going on at digg.com...

    Apparently there's some debate but it looks like the service may be provided by ChoicePoint (apparently the Devil's Rejects trailor used it also) -- http://www.choicepoint.com/business/...everif_fs.html

    Under the FACT Act they have to give you 1 free view of the information they have stored on you... you can view it at http://www.choicetrust.com/servlet/c...let?usertype=c

    several working ideas and links to the video have also been posted on the digg.com article...

    There are mixed discussions on whether you need legit info or not, so take all of this with a grain of salt... however ChoicePoint/ChoiceTrust seems rather scary to me.

    Digg.com link - http://digg.com/movies/Grandma_s_Boy...g_Brother-ish_

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    Code:
    <form action="" method="post">
    the form is not set up to do anything yet.

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    Originally posted here by csl
    Code:
    <form action="" method="post">
    the form is not set up to do anything yet.
    Hey Hey,

    How about you enter this information

    First Name: John
    Last Name: Edwards
    DOB: 06/10/1953
    ZIP code: 27514

    and then tell me it doesn't do anything

    You can also check out this quick demo I made... you'll also note there is no submit button.. Just hit enter while in the textbox.

    http://www.aoaddicts.net/htregz/blankactiondemo/

    Just so ya don't think I'm screwing with ya

    Here's the code for that page

    Code:
    <html>
    <head>
    <title>Blank Action= in Form Demo</title>
    </head>
    <body>
    <?
    if(isset($_POST[name])) {
    echo "Hello $_POST[name]";
    }
    else {
    ?>
    <form action="" method="post">
    Enter Your Name: <input type="text" name="name" />
    </form>
    <?
    }
    ?>
    </body>
    </html>
    Peace,
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    very interesting programming, uses the same page for both tasks :|, but oh well, maybe it has something to do with the movie?

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