Ha! Typical doublethink- ISP customers are required to have a net nanny program, and to solemnly say that they're using it... but there's nothing in that bill to actually stop people from reading "bad" content. The scary stuff will come in the next law, mandating penalties for customers who turn off the state-mandated censors.
Sheeesh. People forced to be their own jailers. I wanna move to Mars.
Brian Atkins wrote:
> Under their new net access law, citizens are required to pay for their
> own censorship.
> "A man makes a picture/A moving picture/Through light projected/He can
> see himself up close/*Gotta meet her there*/A man captures colour/
> *She's your destination*/A man likes to stare/*There's no sleeping
> there*/He turns his money into light/*She's imagination*/To look for
> her/She is the dreamer/She's imagination" -U2, Lemon
-- Doug Jones, Freelance Rocket Plumber