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South Carolina law would force Anti-Porn filter on new PCs; $20 to remove

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Inb4 government / manufacturer telemetry bundled with the "filter".

 

The feeing is like buying your own house - your safe haven - but it must have a government CCTV installed inside.

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Classic

 

 

Dell's probably not too happy with the business they'll lose.


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Next thing you know they're going to charge you an extra $20 more just to whip it out. Oh, and don't forget about the lube DLC. 


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Glad to know southern Republicans have their priorities straight like always.


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2 hours ago, huilun02 said:

Dafuq has this got to do with human trafficking? You mean people who watch porn are human traffickers?

No confidence in your own people?

 

Doesn't the idiot who came up with this know we can just reinstall vanilla Windows?

Some porn is produced with human trafficking victims.

 

Who knows the real percentage of it though.  But it exists.


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1 hour ago, sgloux3470 said:

Some porn is produced with human trafficking victims.

 

Who knows the real percentage of it though.  But it exists.

But that doesn't change his point. Some food is made/picked/farmed by illegal immigrants. Am I supporting illegal immigration because I eat food? Do we need to put anti-food chips in our refrigerators?


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It's always the ass holes who want small government isn't it? "Obama care is big government messing with people'still personal choices! Now hand me 20 bucks so you can watch porn you sex trafficking child molester!".

 

Part of me would like for them to create a register of people who unlocked the porn so we can see all these legislator's names plastered all over it.

 

As for porn being too accessible, well, educate the children in sex Ed and teach them that porn is not a relationship replacement. But of course teaching kid's sex Ed is probably evil in those old fart's eyes.


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4 hours ago, N3v3r3nding_N3wb said:

Given financial incentives, they will.  The gun industry makes separate weapon versions for the People's Repulik of Kalifornia and other such states.

California is the largest state in the union by population. South Carolina is...a pipsqueak.


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How the hell would a hardware block even work? I am thoroughly confused as to why this is thought to be possible.


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5 hours ago, PCgamer324 said:

Legislators were suggesting this be some form of hardware level device: anti-porn "chip", if they even know what that means...

if its a chip, just pull it and it would probably be fine

5 hours ago, Droidbot said:

fuck right off, you aren't installing shit on my new PC. 

 

yep but you can also just use powershell, atleas on windows to remove any software. its a pain but thats how you get rid of the XBOX app on windows 10


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5 hours ago, Zodiark1593 said:

While a software based block would be cheap enough to implement, anyone with any trace of PC know how will easily bypass this block. Download new Windows image, install. Or run Linux if Microsoft IP bans SC from vanilla Windows. 

or, you know, nuke it with powershell lol

 

 

If this is going to be a hardware based thing it will probabbly be a chip on the motherboard, and if thats the case it will be relativly easy to hardware mod away/disable with BIOS hacking, registery hacking or software tools. even if this becomes a thing its not going to stop people from getting free porn in NC, people will find ways around it with hacks 


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6 minutes ago, Bananasplit_00 said:

if its a chip, just pull it and it would probably be fine

yep but you can also just use powershell, atleas on windows to remove any software. its a pain but thats how you get rid of the XBOX app on windows 10

true - but you don't know what it will install in the first place, and what security holes it's gonna open, what its gonna leave behind, etc. 


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while I agree undesired popups are cancer, this doesn't seem to be what they are truly after. As usual, uninformed bureaucrats take hardly feasible decisions on things they don't understand. Also, the fee is ridiculous -  demanding citizens to ask for STATE PERMISSION to watch porn (and pay for it, to add insult to injury)  is an unacceptable violation of privacy in my opinion.

 

Either way even if I lived there I wouldn't be affected - I certainly would not willingly install pointless bloat on my machine and I would fresh install on a prebuilt or laptop anyway. 


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2 minutes ago, Droidbot said:

true - but you don't know what it will install in the first place, and what security holes it's gonna open, what its gonna leave behind, etc. 

yes this will be horrible no matter what way they implement it, but people will get around it and get the free porn without paying $20. this is not going to stop teens and children from accessing porn on the internet, they will find ways around it and in that way this would be great because its making the next generation even better at computers so thats something


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Just now, Bananasplit_00 said:

yes this will be horrible no matter what way they implement it, but people will get around it and get the free porn without paying $20. this is not going to stop teens and children from accessing porn on the internet, they will find ways around it and in that way this would be great because its making the next generation even better at computers so thats something

in the schoolyard

nerds on the back fence with laptops open

kid brings his laptop, opens it up and says:

hey, can you get around the new block for me? i'll pay you $20, I just need my shit man

 

hell I'd do it for $20


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Just now, Droidbot said:

in the schoolyard

nerds on the back fence with laptops open

kid brings his laptop, opens it up and says:

hey, can you get around the new block for me? i'll pay you $20, I just need my shit man

 

hell I'd do it for $20

solid buissness plan lol. but that is basically what i would think is going to happen, i doubt this will go through tbh but people could also just order from out of state or drive to the next state over for their computer shopping. its not a verry big state so doing that would still be a viable option


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2 minutes ago, Bananasplit_00 said:

solid buissness plan lol. but that is basically what i would think is going to happen, i doubt this will go through tbh but people could also just order from out of state or drive to the next state over for their computer shopping. its not a verry big state so doing that would still be a viable option

or order from amazon or newegg? that'd be a huge shitstorm


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...what about local files?

 

Everytime there's an anti-porn mess it seems like they keep forgetting you can download them stupidly easily.

Unless they are going to ban every torrent site, it's still easy to get for most people...

 

And what are they planning to do anyway? Block google because if you search for whatever images you want that's exactly what you get?

It's stupid, a waste of time and money and won't work.


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12 minutes ago, Bananasplit_00 said:

yes this will be horrible no matter what way they implement it, but people will get around it and get the free porn without paying $20. this is not going to stop teens and children from accessing porn on the internet, they will find ways around it and in that way this would be great because its making the next generation even better at computers so thats something

I wouldn't be so sure, while there are certainly ways to circumvent a block like this it's easy to fall into traps while looking for them - I'm sure there would be plenty of shady websites ready to plant malware and crapware on those kids' pcs by promising them it would get them porn.


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-Apple iPad Pro - [5/10]

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2 minutes ago, samcool55 said:

Unless they are going to ban every torrent site

SHUT UP THEY MIGHT HEAR YOU


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1 minute ago, Sauron said:

I wouldn't be so sure, while there are certainly ways to circumvent a block like this it's easy to fall into traps while looking for them - I'm sure there would be plenty of shady websites ready to plant malware and crapware on those kids' pcs by promising them it would get them porn.

most scams are easy to spot, but im sure a bunch of people will suffer in more ways then having to pay the $20 because of as you said malware. and as @samcool55 said they cant block everything, also what about the dark web? all the CP and shit on there is something they cant block. 


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#1. Treat others as you would like to be treated.

#2. It's best to keep your mouth shut; and appear to be stupid, rather than open it and remove all doubt.

#3. There is nothing "wrong" with being wrong. Learning from a mistake can be more valuable than not making one in the first place.

 

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"It's where almost everybody has access to a computer now. It's porn on demand," Chumley told the Spartanburg Herald Journal over the weekend. "We have to start somewhere ... we're bringing attention to it. We're not being political. It's an issue I'm pretty passionate about."

Is it just me that is wondering why "porn on demand" is a problem?

Oh right, because porn is the cause of all evil and if you look at it for even a second you become a rapist. I forgot.

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