The end of porn online?

Next Tuesday the European Parliament will vote on the withdrawal of all forms of pornography. Erotic videos and photos can completely disappear from the web.

Richard Falkvinge, founder of the Swedish Pirate Party and an avowed advocate of freedom of speech, has announced on his website that next Tuesday the European Parliament will vote on a motion for a resolution on the elimination of gender stereotypes.

One of the effects is to block various forms of pornography in the media throughout the European Union. In the above mentioned project we read:

(…) whereas the new cultural status of pornography has the greatest impact on young women and young men; whereas the spread of pornography, the current cultural process in which pornography enters our everyday life, is increasingly accepted Often idealized element of culture, is especially prominent in youth culture: from television programs and magazines for young people to music and commercials directed at young people… ”

To speak briefly and directly, the European Parliament is aiming to eliminate all forms of distribution of pornography from the media: the internet, television, the press and computer games. Internet providers will be involved in the action. In point 14 of the resolution we read:

“… stresses that the policy of elimination of stereotypes in the mass media must necessarily include activities in the digital environment; believes that it is necessary for this purpose to launch coordinated actions at European level to develop a true equality culture on the Internet; To the Commission, in cooperation with interested parties, the charter to which all internet operators will be invited to join… ”

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If a resolution is passed by the European Parliament on Tuesday, the countries of the European Union will be required to take immediate measures to address pornography in the media.

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