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THE FOLLOWING CONTENT IS NOT ACCEPTABLE

The following content is not acceptable from the 1st December 2014

Today marks the beginning of a new phase in a sustained campaign of internet censorship which has wide-reaching consequences beyond the mere production and consumption of pornography.

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Tiger Porn Victim Bites Back

Crown Prosecution Service asked to review the "extreme pornography" law.

Let me tell you a legal joke. A man walks into a Court. He's charged with an offence under Section 63 of The Criminal Justice and Immigration Act 2008 of being in possession of an "extreme pornographic" video of a woman having sex with a tiger.

Read more: TIGER PORN VICTIM BITES BACK

WORDS OF CAUTION

Should activities that are illegal to perform in real-life, such as the distribution of Class A drugs, be illegal to write about in a fictional context where no actual harm is caused?

"WHSmith's vile trade in online rape porn," proclaimed the Mail on Sunday in an expose of the retailer's website, which appears to have accidentally allowed adult content ebooks to have come up in searches for children's material.

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DOMINATRIX BEATS REGULATOR INTO SUBMISSION

Dominatrix Beats Regulator into Submission; as Ofcom deliver judicious spanking to ATVOD

"Dear Mr Johnson, You've been rather a naughty boy, haven't you?"

State regulators are seldom challenged in such explicit terms.

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Government to "get to grips" with Rape-Porn

1. What are the Government proposing in relation to pornography containing simulated rape?

In a speech to the NSPCC on the 22nd July 2013 Prime Minister David Cameron stated that pornography that depicts simulated rape "normalise(s) sexual violence against women," despite the absence of any evidence proving such a causal link.

Read more: GOVERNMENT TO "GET TO GRIPS" WITH RAPE-PORN

Your Rights If Arrested

You have the right to free, independent and confidential legal advice, either in person or by phone.

You should ALWAYS exercise this right: by saying that you want a solicitor to advise and represent you.

If you do not know the name of a solicitor, you can ask for the duty solicitor to represent you.

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Current Activism Projects:

#TigerPorn Judicial Review
I am Judicially Reviewing the CPS and MoJ to clarify the extreme pornography guidelines.

#PornLaws and ATVOD
I am advising members of the adult industry about ATVOD and the AVMS Regulations 2014.

 

 

 

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