The Government, in it’s Digital Economy Bill, is set to ban sites which show “non conventional” sex acts – therefore purifying the sexual content and porn that is available online.

The acts detailed could involve spanking, acts involving urination, menstrual blood, female ejaculation and sex in public – even though the majority of these acts are legal for over-16s to perform. They also intend on banning all websites that do not require age verification, to prove that the user is over 18, to enter that contain adult content – meaning that many will turn to malware to access sites, and many other sites could be caught in the net by accident

Twitter users have erupted with outrage at the proposals, first highlighted by the Guardian