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Iceland seeks internet pornography ban

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Country to examine ways to prevent citizens accessing violent or degrading content but critics are uneasy about censorshipIn the age of the internet and globe-spanning viral videos, can a thoroughly wired country become a porn-free zone? Authorities in Iceland want to find out.The government is drafting plans to ban pornography,...
Iceland seeks internet pornography ban

Yorkshire's 'Man of Steel' gets bigger thanks to hi-tech manufacturing skills

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Giant sculpture due to stand near the M1 at Rotherham and Sheffield makes the point that we still make things up here; and very cleverly too"What happened to 'small'?" asked reader Jane Thomas in the thread to last week's Northerner post by Alan Sykes on Yorkshire's hopes of becoming European...
Yorkshire's 'Man of Steel' gets bigger thanks to hi-tech manufacturing skills

Shut Up, Mom: Survey Says Porn Isn't Ruining Millennials After All

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Practically porn. (Photo: Flickr/Terry Richardson) The only detrimental effect of your teen’s nefarious porn habit is the crapload of malware stewing on the family computer, and not, say, harmful mental defects. Some hippy-dippy Dutch researchers claim that young people indulging in skin flicks is not negatively influencing their sexual behavior. Nearly 4,600 Netherlanders aged 15 to...
Shut Up, Mom: Survey Says Porn Isn't Ruining Millennials After All
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