Monday, July 09, 2007


This is an important civil liberties campaign:

Large numbers of law-abiding people who pose no threat to society will be criminalised. Examples include:

* ~ the BDSM community - an estimated 10% of the adult population, i.e. up to 4 million people (a News of the World survey found that around 50% of people had at sometime engaged in some form of BDSM activity)
* ~ the Goth community, members of which enjoy material featuring depictions of deaththat could easily be counted as pornographic under the proposed definition
* ~ people who own low-budget thrillers/horror films

Anyone who falls foul of this law is to be placed on the Sex Offenders Register. So the SOR will cease to concentrate on paedophiles and genuinely dangerous offenders, and its importance will be correspondingly diluted.
Please consider supporting it.


Anonymous said...

Sorry but i cant support it. I do feel that the internet should be at least regulated in the same fashion as movies and magazines. Its all become too much. Im pleased there is a move towards some form of regulation. We cant just have an anything goes approach to the internet anymore. Im actually lobbying the government for more control in this area, something I cant have imagined doing a few years back.

Anonymous said...

This once great country has indeed become a nation of cowardly, gutless and crawling slaves. Why don't you petition them to emasculate you as well you dross