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by Katie Peachesa April 10, 2020 2 min read

Public Porn Is A No-No, Says Cameron

By Tatyana Dyachenko

Pornography has been the subject of heated debate, from its heyday in the swinging 60s and sultry 70s and no less today in contemporary intelligent society. In fact, even the great thinkers behind Intelligence Squared debated the socks off the subject yesterday with their topic: Pornography is Good for us: Without it we would be a far more repressed society.

Whether you’re pro or against pornography – and let’s face it, it really is the majority in the pro camp, isn’t it? – we all agree that there should be some limitations on public pornography consumption. There’s nothing more unsettling than sitting in your local Starbucks while the guy next to you is catching up on the latest Debbie does installation.

So says David Cameron, who announced this week that he wanted “good, clean WiFi” in public spaces. He motivated for peace of mind, arguing that parents should have confidence in public WiFi systems, and that they shouldn’t be concerned about what their children are exposed to (or are actually proactively searching for) when using a sponsored free WiFi connection.

With public WiFi connections becoming more and more available with exponential growth as technology and access improve, this kind of parental control is something that’s been in growing demand. Parents can block sites and restrict access at home and potentially even on mobile phone plans, they have limited control once their child enters the public domain. Campaigners for the “good, clean WiFi” have argued that this makes it far more likely for the child to seek inappropriate adult-oriented content while out and about.

So what defines a public space? That’s the great debate. Cameron is arguing for content blocking on internet access (including mobile phones) in areas where children are most likely to be. These could include libraries, schools, playgrounds, public areas such as shopping centres and food courts. It would likely be up to individual shops or centres to police their WiFi networks and content-blocking.

There’s no indication of when this child-safe WiFi plan will roll out, but Cameron is confident that “children are not going to see things they shouldn't".

Katie Peachesa
Katie Peachesa

Katie Peachesa is a sex and lingerie blogger based out of the urban chic Wapping in the heart of East London, United Kingdom. In her spare time, Katie enjoys photography, yoga and fitness, a bit of boxing, traveling, keeping up with the latest fashion trends and mudlarking and exploring pastoral settings. You are likely to find Katie in an artisan cafe in Brick Lane on a Saturday afternoon furiously typing her next article on her laptop whilst she is sipping on her flat white and drawing inspiration from the hustle and bustle in the heart of creative London. Katie runs the "Fashion Life Mag" and has been featured in Cosmopolitan, Allure, Grazia, Tatler, Evening Standard and other popular media outlets.


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