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Do you agree with porn sites being blocked?

Written By David D'Angelo on Sunday, January 15, 2017 | 1/15/2017


The Philippine government is cracking on porn websites in the Philippines and the first to feel the wrath of this new order are sites like PornHub, XVideos and RedTube.  According to the order the blocking is due to the fact that these websites carry child pornography.  Do you agree with this move or not?


Is Child Pornography among the content of these sites?


We had knowledge of these websites and I would say that in all our time that we had been into the website which is not very often, we have not seen child pornography.  The rule of these websites it that all starts and upload should be 18 and above otherwise the user account will be blocked.

There might be some videos which manage to pass the admin but I am sure that these will be taken care of.  Have you seen such in these websites?  Do they deserved to be blocked?

Porn and Society


Why do porn sites exist?  Are they better off out of the internet?  Porn sites exist because humans naturally have the urge to satisfy their needs.  Porn sites give a sense of gratification to millions of watchers who should otherwise turn to real life gratification.  In some way we see these websites as a deterrent to crime which leads to rape.

Although we also believe that prohibition and sign up requirements should be improve.  The requirement to have an ID or at least a card that would verify age should be improsed among all websites.  We do not believe that porn websites are bad for the society, in some way it helps regulate natural human instincts.

Philippine Government to block more porn websites



The landing page of porn hub when access in the Philippines reads, ", "This website has been ordered blocked under authority of the Philippine Government pursuant to Republic Act 9775 or the Anti-Child Pornography Law"

Since the law is lobbied against ISPs we will surely see more ISPs complying to this one.  The move is in accordance with both RA 9775 and RA 7925 or the Public Telecom Policy Act of 1995, and Executive Order No. 546 series of 1979.

It is seen that this will be the beginning of the full implementation of RA 10175 or the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012.  The government will also go against the "cash-for-cybersex" scheme in the country that targets mostly minors.



What do you think of this government move?

Reference: Rappler


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