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Nigeria filters pornography from webspace by drI: 7:27am On Jul 26, 2019
Good morning all, I have just been thinking of the increased rates of rape, pedophilia, incests and other sexual crimes in Nigeria. In addition to inappropriate exposures of our children to pornography, thereby creating a national brothel in future.

I presume that the advent of cheap internet subscriptions and easily accessible sexual content/pornography may be contributory to this.

So I ask, is there no way to filter our webspace in Nigeria to help our kids and generation. How can we get our legislators to help in this regard.

what is your take on this matter?
Re: Nigeria filters pornography from webspace by Chrisus(m): 7:39am On Jul 26, 2019
As long as VPNs exist, it's all a waste of time. And resources.

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Re: Nigeria filters pornography from webspace by sseunth(m): 7:41am On Jul 26, 2019
If filtered from the web space, what will happen to soap industries in Nigeria?

What do you want the wankers to be using?

This will increase rape last last

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Re: Nigeria filters pornography from webspace by orisa37: 7:44am On Jul 26, 2019
The Undertakers.
Re: Nigeria filters pornography from webspace by wirinet(m): 7:58am On Jul 26, 2019
drI:
Good morning all, I have just been thinking of the increased rates of rape, pedophilia, incests and other sexual crimes in Nigeria. In addition to inappropriate exposures of our children to pornography, thereby creating a national brothel in future.

I presume that the advent of cheap internet subscriptions and easily accessible sexual content/pornography may be contributory to this.

So I ask, is there no way to filter our webspace in Nigeria to help our kids and generation. How can we get our legislators to help in this regard.

what is your take on this matter?

First I disagree that there is necessarily an increased rates of rape, pedophilia, incests and other sexual crimes in Nigeria, as you put it. It's only that with the advent of the Internet, these crimes are being reported more. For example, Catholic priests had been molesting children for decades (if not centuries ), but we are only hearing of it recently.

Secondly, I hate the idea of someone trying to impose his own doctrines and moral standard on others, that's called religious fundamentalism. We are practicing democracy, a system of governance that relies on laws, as long as people comply with the constitution and extant laws, you have no business with them. You can control your children and your family, but how how others live their lives is non of your business. You are free to filter or even ban your personal webspace and even physical space. What's your business with the space of others? The responsibility of instilling moral codes on your family lies with you and not the government.
Countries that don't impose moral laws on its citizens eg, Sweden, France, Norway, fair much better morally than countries that do, eg Nigeria, Saudi Arabia and the US.

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Re: Nigeria filters pornography from webspace by HappyPagan: 8:32am On Jul 26, 2019
drI:
Good morning all, I have just been thinking of the increased rates of rape, pedophilia, incests and other sexual crimes in Nigeria. In addition to inappropriate exposures of our children to pornography, thereby creating a national brothel in future.

I presume that the advent of cheap internet subscriptions and easily accessible sexual content/pornography may be contributory to this.

So I ask, is there no way to filter our webspace in Nigeria to help our kids and generation. How can we get our legislators to help in this regard.

what is your take on this matter?

So, is this Islamization or Christianization?
Re: Nigeria filters pornography from webspace by Kingkun69(m): 10:18am On Jul 26, 2019
drI:
Good morning all, I have just been thinking of the increased rates of rape, pedophilia, incests and other sexual crimes in Nigeria. In addition to inappropriate exposures of our children to pornography, thereby creating a national brothel in future.

I presume that the advent of cheap internet subscriptions and easily accessible sexual content/pornography may be contributory to this.

So I ask, is there no way to filter our webspace in Nigeria to help our kids and generation. How can we get our legislators to help in this regard.

what is your take on this matter?
wont work out Las Las na increase go happen and what the other person wrote is spot on its not an increase(at least not major) only that social media has connected all the best thing to do is impose stricter laws on sex offenders possibly life or so and educating the children about safety and educating all adults and people to report such cases it is noticed. But one thing that has increased in recent yrs is suicide rates

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Re: Nigeria filters pornography from webspace by blacknp(m): 10:28am On Jul 26, 2019
drI:
Good morning all, I have just been thinking of the increased rates of rape, pedophilia, incests and other sexual crimes in Nigeria. In addition to inappropriate exposures of our children to pornography, thereby creating a national brothel in future.

I presume that the advent of cheap internet subscriptions and easily accessible sexual content/pornography may be contributory to this.

So I ask, is there no way to filter our webspace in Nigeria to help our kids and generation. How can we get our legislators to help in this regard.

what is your take on this matter?
Rape or illegal consent as you wish to call it has always existed,only difference today from the past,is the same medium you are criticizing or trying to restrict is the same medium that is able to bring the news to your living room promptly. A beautiful ibo woman in a bikini is pornography to the Arewa conference.

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Re: Nigeria filters pornography from webspace by cowardafonja: 10:41am On Jul 26, 2019
drI:
Good morning all, I have just been thinking of the increased rates of rape, pedophilia, incests and other sexual crimes in Nigeria. In addition to inappropriate exposures of our children to pornography, thereby creating a national brothel in future.

I presume that the advent of cheap internet subscriptions and easily accessible sexual content/pornography may be contributory to this.

So I ask, is there no way to filter our webspace in Nigeria to help our kids and generation. How can we get our legislators to help in this regard.

what is your take on this matter?

Why did you mention cheap internet subscription? U dey craze?

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Re: Nigeria filters pornography from webspace by Eduboy1990: 12:14pm On Jul 26, 2019
Hmmm

Re: Nigeria filters pornography from webspace by BrainnewsRadio(f): 1:05pm On Jul 26, 2019
Nobody can stop this in Nigeria, even the presidency, our legistators can't

If a motion is raise on this, you won't be able to beat the PROTEST that will rise up.

The simple truth now is:

1. Protect yourself

2. Be yourself

3. Be contented with what you have.
Re: Nigeria filters pornography from webspace by Canadanow: 3:32pm On Jul 26, 2019
cowardafonja:


Why did you mention cheap internet subscription? U dey craze?

Help me ask him ooo... Maybe na for his house mtn or airtel mast dey. Imagine using 2GB in two days without downloading. I always spend over 10k monthly on subscription on both mtn and airtel lines.

Which internet is now cheap ooo? Abi na smile or spectranet? Abi na ntel?
Re: Nigeria filters pornography from webspace by Okoroawusa: 4:52pm On Jul 26, 2019
HappyPagan:

So, is this Islamization or Christianization?
Lol

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