The Queen Wants 9 to 12 Year Olds to Quit Watching Porn

Andrew Orr In the News

Just over a month ago, we reported that Russia blocks PornHub for all users. Now it seems that the United Kingdom wants to ban all porn for its citizens, not just one website. Further Reading PornHub Blocked In Russia Here’s How To Watch It Phishing: What It Is And How To Avoid It Digital Economy Bill The first steps to this ban was first seen in the Digital Economy Bill. The Queen first announced it in May, and the House of Commons introduced it into law in July. The bill …

Is There New Hope in Anti-Piracy Policies?

Michael Policy

The UK has launched an offensive on piracy and reports show that it is having an effect. UK leaders are already claiming a victory while at the same time proposing new measures to take the piracy fight to the next level. The War on Drugs Terror Piracy In mid July the UK government unveiled its plan to lengthen the max prison time for someone convicted of on piracy. After extensive lobbying by copyrights holders, officials claim that the current maximum of two years is not doing enough to deter the crime. They …

British spies free to hack citizens with immunity

Christopher Sewerd In the News

New legislation that has come in to force this May in the United Kingdom has paved the way for the intelligence agencies to have a free for all on hacking in to its own citizens systems and also against international targets. Hacking is a serious word, it conjures up images of an Eastern European or Russian twenty-somethings huddled over a computer emptying bank accounts of wealthy Europeans or Americans, either that or defacing websites with adolescent messages. However, hacking takes on a much serious form when the government is …

UK is Outraged at the New Rushed Snooping Proposal

Christopher Sewerd Policy

The recent terrorist atrocity that was the Charlie Hebdo incident in France which left 12 dead and 11 injured caused widespread condemnation from around the world. The UK Government has seized the opportunity to rush through greater internet snooping laws. Controversy for UK ISPs With terrorist incidents making heads around the world in the past decade and a half it is little wonder that governments worldwide wish to tighten up security in an aid to stop terrorist activities from happening on home shores. Controversy has been seen in the United …