Analysis: can Cameron win his war on online porn?

Peter Gothard
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The prime minster's speech yesterday promised a UK freed from the apparent dangers of adult material. But can such censorship really be achieved?

Prime minister David Cameron's announcement that access to pornography will be switched to a "default off" state for the UK's major internet service providers was a potentially welcome decision for those...

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