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Re: Discussion of bug #311683, default kde install shows porn

Hi Ean,

On Mon, Jun 06, 2005 at 11:43:20AM -0500, Ean Schuessler wrote:
> This all seems a little foolish. If you want to insure that users do not 
> accidentally stumble across porn the only reasonable solution is to block 
> access to the Internet itself. WebCollage does precisely what it claims to 
> do, which is load random images from the Internet. If you want the 
> distribution to automatically protect users from unrated or pornographic 
> material then that is a feature request, not a bug. (PICS rating recognition 
> on webcollage might be one solution)
> Anyone who connects to the Internet will eventually (usually sooner rather 
> than later) come into contact with every form of pornography that the mind 
> can conceive. Our responsibility is to provide access to the world's 
> information resources, not to filter and censor them to meet some 
> unquantifiable moral ideal. Users should make those choices for themselves.

Thank you for formulating this so clearly.
I completely agree with this.

All the best,

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