Bezeq Israel Telecom has launched a phone service which will block connections to "improper" destinations, Reuters reports. The blocking will presumably cover "www.porn.mobi", which comes up for auction next week along with a dozen adult-orientated domain names. Bezeq's new service is aimed at the ultra-Orthodox customer. It's …
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...chop a small piece off the end of the phone?
Such a business!
So this was more about porn then??
come on... this was just an advertisement from the "upcoming auctions" for porn related domain names!!!
Restrictions aren't anything new tho... I couldn't get access to my personal site through my T-Mobile account because it wasn't on their approved list, I had to call to get an "access code" and was told that as soon as I passed my mobile to anyone under 18 I should call T-Mobile first to get the restrictions put back in place!
So what are they supposed to look at?
There's more to the internet than porn????????
Is it just me...
...or does the idea of porn on your mobile phone seem a bit pointless?
I mean, even the iPhone still has a teeny, tiny screen really, and it's hard to operate one-handed. And that's with good eyesight.
Once your palms start getting hairy and your vision goes blurry...
I wonder -
Is it supposed to be dipped into the sea before the first use?
And what about Shabbos?
So, will this "phrum phone" power-down between the two evenings? Can it be programmed to recite the Havdalah at the conclusion?
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