Internet Hackers Replace Claire Perry’s Anti-Porn Website With Lots Of Porn

Yesterday, internet hackers replaced Claire Perry’s official website with lots and lots of porn.

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A few days ago, British Prime Minsiter David Cameron announced the UK’s plans to ban pornography across the country. At the end of that news piece, I quietly noted that internet backlash to this decision would be likely. In the interest of decency, I omitted a prediction then that British officials related to the anti-porn law should prepare to have their websites hacked and replaced with porn. I guessed this would happen because I know how the internet operates.

Evidentially, David Cameron’s top advisor, and largest proponent of the porn ban Claire Perry did not anticipate such an assault. Yesterday, internet hackers replaced Claire Perry’s official website with lots and lots of porn.

A British news Blogger named Guido Fawkes was the first to report the hack on Perry’s website. Claire Perry did little to reaffirm her understanding of the net, as she accused Guido Fawkes of hacking her site himself. In doing so, Perry showed a failure to understand the difference between a picture of a website, and an actual post from one.

The recently announced porn ban by David Cameron is facing greater hurdles than 4Chan hackers. Numerous members of the liberal left, as well as internet activists across the world have spoken out against the new law. Complaints range from the belief that the porn ban will block access to sexual-health-based web content, to the protest that such laws will do little or nothing to stop the creation of child pornography like David Cameron claims it will.

Cameron claimed in a recent interview that the porn ban is, “not censorship," however, even Cameron admits the new law will be difficult to enforce fully, and that there will be hurdles to overcome regarding the porn ban’s future.

I won’t censor my opinions this time: the only thing internet hackers like more than hacking a site it hacking lots of sites. Groups like Anonymous don’t have too many explicit means for their actions, except in regards to ensuring freedom on the internet. This porn ban directly limits what individuals can, and can’t access on the net. All British officials should have their internet security systems upgraded; as long as this bill exists, site hacks like that of Claire Perry will continue.

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