Arizona Porn Bill Would Force Consumers to Fund Border Wall

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A porn bill [PDF] introduced in Arizona called the Human Trafficking and Child Exploitation Prevention Act would require all internet devices sold in Arizona to be installed with a porn blocker (via Arizona Mirror).

[Microsoft Bing Shows and Suggests Child Porn]

Porn Bill

Introduced by Republican Rep. Gail Griffin (R-Hereford) the bill would enforce the software. If people want it removed they would have to pay US$20, which would go towards funding Trump’s border wall.

Distributors of devices—including both manufacturers and retailers—who don’t install the software would be guilty of a Class 1 misdemeanor.

It’s possible that US$20 wouldn’t be a one-time fee either. The Arizona Mirror mentions it could be turned into an annual fee.

The porn bill also might be linked to Chris Sevier, an anti-gay activist infamous for his attempt to marry his computer as a way to protest gay marriage.

[That Time Tim Cook Acknowledged People Can Surf Porn on iPhone]

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geoduck

A nasty abridgment of the first amendment or help pay for Mush For Brains waste of money.
Damned of you do or Damned if you don’t.