Sooo...this is the news of the day in Britain. The Primes Ministers announcement that he's requesting that ISP's but a block on offensive material. Or more specifically, porn.

Most households in the UK will have pornography blocked by their internet provider unless they choose to receive it, David Cameron has announced.

Mr Cameron warned in a speech that access to online pornography was "corroding childhood".
The new measures will apply to both existing and new customers.

Mr Cameron also called for some "horrific" internet search terms to be "blacklisted", meaning they would automatically bring up no results on websites such as Google or Bing.

He told the BBC he expected a "row" with service providers who, he said in his speech, were "not doing enough to take responsibility" despite having a "moral duty" to do so.

He also warned he could have to "force action" by changing the law and that, if there were "technical obstacles", firms should use their "greatest brains" to overcome them
The good news is though...that you can opt out! You can choose not to have your web access blocked. So a lot of people are saying that's okay. Heck, this has nothing to do with pornography. It's the principle that bugs me. Why isn't it a "Opt in" rather than an "opt out?"

No choice but to opt in parental controls came preinstalled on my laptop. It took me half a day to remove them when they decided that this site, along with tumblr, wikipedia, google translate and my email account were inappropriate sites for me to use, all because of a password that supposedly came with the computer that I couldn't find to uninstall it, and so I had to do some technical complexity to get th