|>Despite my mail address, can I just say that I don't plan to add any
|>censorship facilities ot HTTP-NG.
But I do. I know that they will be completely unenfoceable but they will provide
protection from a large number of problems:
1) The Manufactured Moral indignation brigade (Newt Gingrich & Co.).
Preemption is better than cure.
2) Won't be enforcable
3) Would be enforcable in a school type situation to stop classes of 5 year
olds seeing wide-open-with-handcuffs.jpeg
4) Would protect people who run sites in certain situations
5) Would be usefull to be able to pre-select images to make sure that none
fell bellow certain standards. IE don't want to have to bother with
tame & lame gifs of only semi-naked people and concentrate only
on the ones of nubile young things being strapped to a UNIX box
combined with large quantities of chockholate sauce.
IE it would be used for the same purpose as the X-Rated cinema - the directors
would go all out to get the strongest ratings possible.
This is all forseen in J.S. Mill BTW
-- Phillip M. Hallam-Baker
Not Speaking for anyone else.