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It seems that the, U.K., has finally done something sensible for a change. The new “UK Porn Ban”, is set to take effect in April, 2019. This new law, will require those who wish to view porn, to provide proof, that they are at least 18 years old.

Some people have scoffed at this idea, even claiming that this new “ban”, is just a way to tax the internet, and to gather up the users data, and spy on them. Perhaps this is a Globalist “info grab”. But there’s an easy way to avoid it, stop looking at porn!

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“Each website will create their own non-pornographic landing page for this purpose.”
When someone first clicks on a site, they’ll be asked to register with AgeID and verify their age using a Mobile SMS, credit card, passport, or driving licence.

Users will then be able to use their AgeID username or password to access all porn sites that use AgeID – though some may use different age verification systems.

The new rules were approved as part of the Digital Economy Act 2017.
They aim to make it harder for under-18s to get hold of adult material.
As well as registering with AgeID, Brits will also be able to access porn sites using a voucher you can buy from high street shops.
Thousands of shops will offer the special ID cards, which users can link to an app known as Portes.
Through Portes, they can then login to sites without having to hand over their email address.

“Once a card or voucher is purchased, its unique validation code must be activated via the Portes app within 24 hours before expiring.
“Once the user has been verified, they will automatically be granted access to all sites using AgeID.”
Each PortesCard will cost £4.99 for use on a single device, or £8.99 for use across multiple devices. Sun UK
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Forcing people to verify their age, before allowing them to view pornography online, is a sensible and effective way to decrease porn use by juveniles. Who would be against protecting children, from some of the most vile and demonic content on the web?

Porn, rots the brains of adults, just imagine what it does to the “still developing” minds of children. This is a common sense law (for once). Nothing good ,comes from consuming pornography, it only encourages people to become even more sexually deviant.

Que, the porn-industry shills, with their fake “rape statistics”. They will be out in masse, for sure. Spouting off, about how porn is essential to the safety of women. What a joke. Porn does not provide safety, it actually increases the amount of sexual predators. And they “act out” what they view online.

There is a war for your mind and money, and that is what porn is intended to take from you. This may be, an attempt by globalists, to steal your private information, and to track your online habits. If that is indeed the case, then (as said before) stop visiting porn sites, and you’ll be fine. Simple.