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  • juan
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    youpron or pronhub?

    trail_rat
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    paranoid muchely ?

    luked2
    Member

    youpron or pronhub?

    And the rest.

    Is there an emoticon for "good grief" ?

    I guess I need to switch the internet filtering setting from "casual" to "Fascist".

    Premier Icon bruneep
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    and you never looked for hedge porn?

    Any of the sites any good?

    ziggy
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    Whale hedge pron 😯

    luked2
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    ziggy – thanks – I needed that 🙂

    haha, my brother and I were looking at porn on a laptop at our parents house.
    A couple of months later when we were both round there my Mum asked us about the interesting history on her laptop… we tried to play dumb but decided we wanted our Dad to see another day.

    Premier Icon mrh86
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    Its what teenagers do, surely quite harmless?

    My mate knows full well that his kid watches porn on the lappy. In fact, he's even texted him some video filth.

    It's just what kids do.

    Why don't teenage sons realise that.I have a life of my own and do not want to run him to Stirling when I could be out mountainbiking (gimp)

    Sounds like in your day your parents were saying "Don't our teenage sons realise what magazines we know they keep under their mattress?!"

    Bit of a difference between what you can find on a 14 yr old's iPod these days and a tattered old copy of penthouse or something.

    luked2
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    … their parents probably have logs of all of their internet traffic?

    Junkyard
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    boys will be boys i would subtley take the pi55 and make him a bit paranoid…it is what any supportive parent should do in these circumstances

    Premier Icon binners
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    They've got it too easy. Oh for those heady days when the the hedge fairies would deliver a bountiful wedge of Fiesta, wih the odd Mayfair chucked in for the more ambitious. We know not from where they came, but we give thanks

    Junkyard
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    amen to that brother

    Premier Icon Northwind
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    If you have a teenage son that isn't constantly ****, tbh you should probably take it back to the shop, there's something wrong with it.

    I used to share a house and one computer with a girlfriend and her teenage son.
    My advice to any teenage boys would be, don't hide stuff in a folder titled "Top secret. Keep out", that's the first place your parents are going to look. 😀

    bigsi
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    You could always tag the sites in his favourites as a subtle hint that you know what he's been looking at. Either that or buy him a book "internet for beginners" and fold down the page that handles deleting browser history 😉

    Premier Icon Bushwacked
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    In the days before internet I found a porn video belonging to my folks when I was 10 – got busted watching it. My mum was totally cool about it and said if I wanted to watch it I could watch it with her and my stepfather.

    Quite a bizarre experience

    Premier Icon Mad Pierre
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    I'd have thought most teenage boys know more about the internet (and associated technology) than their parents so most parents won't come across this scenario?

    Premier Icon bruneep
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    and said if I wanted to watch it I could watch it with her and my stepfather.

    😯

    Wrong, wrong, wrong!

    But you don't have to look at the logs… What compelled you to do it? 😉

    Premier Icon lowey
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    Whats the problem ? Its what teenage lads do.

    If I had the internet in my formative teenage years it would have easily replaced my vast and weighty collection of top shelf filth.

    luked2
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    Thanks for the advice. Back from a nice fast morning bike ride I think I can now deal with this from a safe perspective.

    I'd have thought most teenage boys know more about the internet (and associated technology) than their parents

    Not in this instance. His dad is just too trusting. But he was caught out via the squid proxy logs!

    That's almost the bit I find more scary – he *knows* that all the traffic goes through a squid proxy, because he has to configure the proxy settings in his browser. And they all know the proxy is there so that I can monitor what's going on!

    Do I need to draw a picture, or what! Aeerrghghgh!

    If you have a teenage son that isn't constantly ****, tbh you should probably take it back to the shop, there's something wrong with it.

    That is certainly true.

    Bit of a difference between what you can find on a 14 yr old's iPod these days and a tattered old copy of penthouse or something.

    That is also true. I haven't been through the logs in detail (and I'm not going to) but we now have some pretty bizarre laws in this country. If he's accidentally downloaded a picture of some hairy bloke fornicating with an octopus then that is now *illegal* and I get to go to jail and be put on the sex offenders register! Crazy but true. (It's the octopus that's the problem, not the hair).

    So:

    – talking to; taking the pi55 sounds like a good idea
    – set proxy to paranoid
    – wipe PC and install netbsd – he can surf the internet again once he's figured out how to compile firefox from source.


    And relax.

    On the plus side have you seen the price of jazz mags these days, he's probably saving a fortune.

    Just remind him how easy it is for the ISP to track any extreme pron and that beeg should more than enough for any lad to whack himself unconscious.

    IA
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    You've a squid proxy and you know his fav sites? You could have so much fun with that… little bit of scripting and you can randomly change pics/flash vids to instead be a video/pic of you tut-tutting at him for being a filthy boy. That'll put him off his stroke.

    Premier Icon myheadsashed
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    Buy the missus a little picker to handle his used socks 😯

    bigyinn
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    I take you're in IT looking at another workers laptop?
    In a place i used to work in, we used to do comp repairs. The first thing the techs used to to was run a search for *.jpg and *.mpg. Bunch of perverts!

    lyons
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    Why not say he can look on certain 'safe' sites?

    _tom_
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    "Porn Mode" now found in all popular browsers is the best thing to ever happen to browser history and cookies!

    Premier Icon nickc
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    The son uses PC in lounge, no where else, his mother demonstrated to him how to look at Browser History, tells, him "Your father an I have no reason to clear this, if it's blank, we'll assume it's you…"

    yossarian
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    that whale hedge is about 200 yards from my house!

    Obi_Twa
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    Why not just leave the boy to have a tug in peace. There are to types of people on the planet, **** and liars. I feel that you may fall into the latter category.

    Lad also wants to learn how to use private browsing….

    Premier Icon Tiger6791
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    – wipe PC and install netbsd – he can surf the internet again once he's figured out how to compile firefox from source.

    Yeah, that e'll learn him to have a geek Dad, just stick Lynx on and be done with.

    and say,

    Son, I've forgotten more about computers than you know and I know every site that you've looked at and browsers in porn mode still have to go through the proxy.

    b r
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    Windows 7 and 'InPrivate' browsing sorts out the history, have you not seen the adverts?

    Windows 7 and 'InPrivate' browsing sorts out the history, have you not seen the adverts?

    Praise the Lord.

    :mrgreen:

    Premier Icon mikey-simmo
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    The son uses PC in lounge, no where else, his mother demonstrated to him how to look at Browser History, tells, him "Your father an I have no reason to clear this, if it's blank, we'll assume it's you…"

    Thank the lord for my trusting parents.

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