The UK Government’s Plan to Control What Porn You Watch is Put on Hiatus, for Now

With the UK on the verge of a new age cold war with Russia you would have thought that getting their priorities right and trying to mend their fledging relationship with a powerful nuclear state would be number one on their list of political priorities rather than what you watch on Pornhub.

However, it seems that UK Prime Minister Theresa May is more concerned about what British citizens masturbate to in the privacy of their own home then the fallout of a potential nuclear holocaust with Vladimir Putin.

We guess that there is far more of a greater risk of turning into some kind of sex addicted perverted zombie thanks to demonic subliminal messages from porn than being turned into radiated dust.

The Digital Economy Act was passed by the British Parliament last year, and promised to block socially oppressive and immoral X-rated websites such as X-tube from impressionable minors, by use of some form of digital age verification software.

Wasn’t it already enough with a Internet provider shield to prevent kids from seeing adult content?  Credit: The Health Site

However, the UK seems to be admitting that its scheme to bring in age verification to access porn online is more difficult than it originally anticipated, with UK government officials now putting off age verification for porn until the end of the year, after admitting that the task of controlling what consenting adults enjoy getting off to is a harder task than envisioned.

Talk about an anti-climax (pun totally intended).

The UK the government revealed it needs to give the British Board of Film Classification more time to hold public discussions about any guidelines it may eventually introduce. Initially, the aim was to have a working and robust system in place by April of this year, however, the new deadline has now been set to sometime before the end of 2018.

So, that gives those easily influenced teenage boys plenty of time to do what hormonal adolescent boys do best in their spare time, before the UK government verifies and watches over them in a perverted ‘Big Brother’ omnipresent government surveillance action, in an autocratic kind of way.

Theresa May is recommending people watching you whilst you touch yourself.  Credit: The Voice Newspaper

In regards to the delay and new time frame of the Digital Economy Act, the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport released the following statement:

“In February, the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) was formally designated as the age-verification regulator.”

“Our priority is to make the internet safer for children, and we believe this is best achieved by taking time to get the implementation of the policy right. We will therefore allow time for the BBFC as regulator to undertake a public consultation on its draft guidance which will be launched later this month.”

“For the public and the industry to prepare for and comply with age verification, the government will also ensure a period of up to three months after the BBFC guidance has been cleared by Parliament before the law comes into force. It is anticipated age verification will be enforceable by the end of the year.”

Porn verification can be a messy ordeal, quite clearly. Credit: Elite Daily

With the UK in the midst of an increasing knife crime epidemic, and officially being recognised as the one of the highest number of recorded acid attacks per person of any country in the world, as well as the horrific unveiling of Britain’s worst ever child sexual exploitation scandal, with up to 1,000 white working-class girls abused by groups of mainly Asian men since the 1980s in Telford, it does seem that verifying what pornography people watch is more of a pressuring matter than protecting its citizens from actual serious offences.

We just want to be able to bash one out in peace without going through an elaborate security mission. Is that too much to ask? Answers on a Big Brother postcard please.

 

Story by Michael Lee

Featured Photo Credit: GSalam

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