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I strongly disagree. charged with what? presenting something people have been creating for thousands of years?
there's an incredibly easy solution to internet porn, it was proposed nearly a decade ago, and i still can't fathom why it hasn't been implemented:
a TLD (top level domain) called .xxx . simple. if a site wants to present porn, it must use a .xxx TLD. that would make it extremely easy to filter porn.
i guess the difficulty comes in the grey areas. artistic nudity, things like that. .xxx would have a stigma attached, so i guess the problem is, who decides that a site is to be .xxx?