The Australian Government wants to know what you look like when you are watching porn online so that it can use its face verification system to deny access to those below the legal age (which in this case is 16).
Three months after it was supposed to come into effect, the British Government has dropped its plans for an age-verification system to ensure that anyone accessing pornography online is aged 18 or over.
Market research and data analytics firm YouGov claims 75% of Britons do not know that their government will put curbs on accessing online pornography from April onwards – and those who are aware of it, think the government's attempts will fail.
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