So you want to keep track of everyone's every move /on the internet/, in the name of that old and tired "think of the children" canard*, and then you act all indignant when /the internet/ starts to dig into your every move.
Bonus for acting all surprised when confronted with the contents of the legislation you backed. Too busy setting public policy to have any clue what that policy entails? Hello?
Insta-renaming the bill and the associated "you got something to hide, you must be a child pornographer" logic is just that more foot for an already overstuffed mouth. Impressive. Epically awkwardly, painfully impressive.
If children and internet don't mix, don't let children on the internet. If you're not mature enough to understand when you've put your foot in, why are you even in politics? Is that our kindergarten for grown-ups these days? Fucking the babysitter is a nice touch, too, yes. Didn't realise that going into politics meant becoming a public figure then? Or is that really supposed to be a good example of a proper responsible citizen and competent government official?
* A canard for several reasons, like how waging war on "bad pictures" itself neither helps prevent any current or future abuse nor mends past abuses, which is what you'd like if it truly was about the children. Then there's the sweeping-under-the-rug effect that actually impedes finding and bringing to justice actual child abusers. Or because of massive overuse by, ta-daa, tech-illiterate boobs or those too lazy to take their own responsibility. Or both. Or like how even convicted murderers have some expectation of privacy but not everyone using the internet in some way because children might conceivably be tangentially involved, potentially, possibly, maybe. Or maybe because "the internet". Yeah, that'll be it. The internet done it.