Shouldn't this be parents' responsibility to monitor what their kids do on the Internet? This kind of bullshit legislation sounds like something that would get put forward in the US...
EDIT: And the article says it was attempted here, but shot down (presumably because it was unconstitutional).
Also, I see a problem with what you define pornography. Is it depictions of actual sex? Full nudity? Implied nudity (no clothes but positioned where you can't see exposed genitals)? Gratuitous amounts of cleavage in skimpy clothes? Fully clothed but in provacative photos?
There's too much gray area when it comes to porn.
Post edited at 9:07 am on May 4, 2012 by anthonykorsen007
Und ihr wisst, was es ist