[LINK] Govt requires blocking of some newsgroups - and we don't
know which ones!!!
wavey_one at yahoo.com
Sun Mar 5 19:34:22 EST 2006
I guess there's some of the same reasoning in television and
radio. The logic used here could be the same used for television
or radio. Unless you choose the station, you're not going to see
or hear the programme in question.
--- Adam Todd <link at todd.inoz.com> wrote:
> At 02:34 PM 3/03/2006, Brenda Aynsley wrote:
> >Antony Barry wrote:
> >>I just don't understand how you can view porn unless you go
> looking for it.
> >if you read email as html mail, its in your face with each
> message that
> >contains it. if however like you and me our default is text
> mode, then
> >you're right, it just isnt an issue.
> I can't say I've had too many "porn" email messages sent to
> me. Then
> again, being on the net for more than fifteen years, and right
> up through
> the growth factor, maybe I'm so desensitised to them, not only
> are they
> caught at my spam filters, and in my html filtered folder, but
> I just
> overlook them totally.
> Am I missing out on some good tits and boobs?
> I have to admit the few "porn" (as people often call them)
> sites I've seen
> aren't worth the effort of waiting for them to download (even
> over DSL) yet
> alone spending any time looking at them!
> Link mailing list
> Link at mailman.anu.edu.au
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