Playboy - the world's best-known porn brand - has been fined £100k ($160k) by Britain's communications regulator, after the publisher failed to prevent children from accessing smutty material on its websites. Ofcom said that Playboy TV and Demand Adult had "allowed users to access hardcore videos and images without having …
When I were a lad. Part 43
Finding some old stick mag was like finding treasure.
The kids these days, eh?
As long as it's not that "consensual sex in the missionary position" stuff. Disgusting.
Oh fucking really....
Porn? People fucking on film?
"Playboy was accused of repeated, serious and reckless behaviour by failing to protect children from accessing the sites. Ofcom explained:
There are a number of controls that websites can use to verify the age of users. This includes asking for credit card details before any adult content is made accessible. Credit cards, unlike debit cards, are not available to under 18s. Playboy TV and Demand Adult had breached UK rules by having no effective systems in place to protect under 18s from unsuitable free and paid-for content."
Oh fuck no! Thank christ for that. Someone has finally fucking saved us from the moral decay sweeping through society.
And this smacks of dumb fuckness beurocracy "Oh the rule book says".....
I mean there are billions of pictures, stories, and films of people fucking just EVERYWHERE all over the internet.
American morals - violence is ok to show kids but smut???? oh my!
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