UK Online Safety Bill

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Cherie
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UK Online Safety Bill

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Slated to come into law next year I would guess this site will be one required to prevent content being accessed by minors. The only widely regarded solution is proof of age which requires evidence and hence revealing who we really are (at least to the site owners and all the cyber criminals already lining up to harvest all that juicy data from smaller sites like this that are not likely to have the cyber security in place to protect members information).

So enjoy the site while it lasts fellow Britons for soon it will all change.

Cherie x
mason
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Re: UK Online Safety Bill

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Cherie wrote: April 29th, 2023, 5:43 am Slated to come into law next year I would guess this site will be one required to prevent content being accessed by minors. The only widely regarded solution is proof of age which requires evidence and hence revealing who we really are (at least to the site owners and all the cyber criminals already lining up to harvest all that juicy data from smaller sites like this that are not likely to have the cyber security in place to protect members information).

So enjoy the site while it lasts fellow Britons for soon it will all change.

Cherie x
This ridiculous Bill will really only affect the larger porn sites and so on. I can't see how it will work on Facebook, where I can view tonnes of rainwear and bondage videos.

Smaller forums like this will just slip under the radar.

I certainly have no intention of complying with the fat cunts in suits trying to tell us what to see or do.
Cherie
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Re: UK Online Safety Bill

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Not sure that is true I think the law will apply to all sites if they are accessible in the UK. If a site is outside the jurisdiction of the UK then internet service providers can be ordered to block access in the UK. I hope not but it is possible.

Cherie x
marcus_germany
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Re: UK Online Safety Bill

Post by marcus_germany »

This would force the site admin to force every user to make videoident (and each user would have to pa the costs for videoident as the this site itself is free and so has no income in contrast to a bank .
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