Monday, October 23, 2006

We Don't Need New Laws For Old "crimes"

I love the idea that the internet is supposed to be a children's playground. The only crap for kids on-line is crap people are trying to sell to kids.

If your a parent you have to be one. You can not defer your job to nameless faceless packets. You have to go on-line your damn self and make a list of sites you found to be safe for your youngin. And be there when they are surfin plus instill some sort of sense of right and wrong in them... oh nevermind that's just too hard. Make some laws that while you're at it. There was this site you didn't like what it said so lets just say it's unsafe for kids.

Government defends 1998 anti-porn law

The plaintiffs, technology experts and even Supreme Court Justice Anthony M. Kennedy have expressed concerns that the law has already been surpassed by technology and the growth of the Internet. Kennedy noted, for example, that filters can block Web material posted offshore, but the law cannot control what foreigners post online.

"Censorship is telling a man he can't have a steak
just because a baby can't chew it."
- Mark Twain

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