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‘Revenge Porn’ May Soon Be Deemed Illegal

'Revenge porn' is usually when angry boyfriends upload nude images and other explicit content of their ex-girlfriends. These images are then widely shared on the web, thus causing indirect harm to the victim. The Legislature is now considering a ban on publishing such materials online and deeming it illegal.
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Tumblr Starts Curbing Down Porn By Making It Hard To Access

Over the past few months, Tumblr has been stuck in a dilemma - one section of users want the ever-increasing porn on the platform banned for good; the other half is rooting for the freedom of speech argument. Notwithstanding, the company has now launched an initiative which, for now, aims at making porn based on Tumblr, hard to access.
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Google Spearheads New Effort Against Child Porn Online

A number of internet regulations, devised by different internet companies as well as regulatory authorities, have tried hard to curb online child porn. Google is now spearheading a new effort to that end, creating a new cross-industry database highlighting instances of child porn, making it easier for different organizations to report them.
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UK May Implement Opt-In Internet Porn Policy Soon

In recent past, a huge debate has ensued in UK over whether or not to regulate internet porn. Whereas privacy advocates and activists vehemently oppose it, citing that this may lead to different kinds of censorship, it seems that the UK government has plans of implementing an opt-in policy for internet porn.
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Kindle Fire Lacks Sufficient Parental Controls, Users Complain

As the rage of Kindle Fire gradually simmers down somewhat, critics have found a lot of genuine reasons to lambaste the tablet. According to recent reports, users on Amazon forums have stated that the lack of parental controls on Kindle Fire is quite shocking for them. And this one is perhaps not a one-update-solution kind of problem.
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ICANN Has .XXX Top-Level Domain (TLD)

ICANN has approved by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, paving the way for a whole slew of new addresses suffixed by the famous triplicate x. You can reserve domains through its sponsor, ICM Registry, and .XXX domains will cost at least $60 to register once they become available in the next couple of months.
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