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  • Premier Icon mikewsmith
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    Government Policy to be Anecdote Based
    “Anecdotes have also been helpful in David Cameron’s anti-porn campaign, with one Mumsnet user reporting that her son had stumbled across images of large-breasted milfs after typing ‘GCSE revision guides’ into Google.”

    parkesie
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    Searches gcse revision guides in google is disappinted.

    atlaz
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    To be honest, people complaining about porn on the internet do say things like that though. I used to work for a hosting company where a woman rang to complain that she was going to call watchdog unless we stopped putting porn on her computer. After a LOT of discussion with her, a colleague finally found out that her teenage son had told her it was our company doing it after she caught him looking at porn.

    His excuse is understandable but her believing it was a bit much.

    Is it just me or does the Daily Mash seem like a bad student newspaper trying to be a bit Viz?

    gusamc
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    They seem to be researching it fairly thoroughly:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-23954447

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