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    I really can’t see that this would prevent people below the age of 18 from accessing porn intentionally. As if a bunch of teenage boys wouldn’t be able to work around something like this.

    And, it may not do much to protect younger children, who probably shouldn’t be using the internet in the first place.

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    Eyewash and distraction from the real child abuse happening all over the UK. This reeks of censorship, it will start with protecting the children and then terrorism, but we all know where this can lead. Essentially, they want all websites to be legally registered in every country so it can be monitored.

    This will create a balkanised and fractured web. The GDPR and now this.

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