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Iceland May Ban Online Pornography

The Icelandic government may use Internet filters to block citizens from viewing pornography online, potentially becoming the first Western democracy to impose strict Internet blocking technology like that used by China and other authoritarian regimes. What do you think?

  • “Norway had better prepare for a wave of pervert immigrants.”

    Lorine Koenig
    Quail Farmer
  • “As a passionate believer in free speech, I abhor any type of censorship. But mainly the kind that makes it harder to masturbate.”

    Mike Ruck
    Hydraulic Jack Operator
  • “Hopefully, Icelanders can live vicariously through volcanic eruptions.”

    William Morshower
    Latex Spooler