- Nov 11, 2009
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started well with possibly the most intelligent thing the FPB has ever uttered (i.e. it is not possible) but the fact that it is not possible has nothing to do with a litigious industry and everything to do with the fundamental nature of the InternetAccording to the FPB, it is regrettably not possible to regulate Internet content, further noting that there are high volumes of pornography distributed online.
The FPB explained regulation is made impossible by a highly litigious industry that spent large sums in legal fees.
The internet is for...According to the FPB, it is regrettably not possible to regulate Internet content, further noting that there are high volumes of pornography distributed online.
In a recent presentation to the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee for [highlight]Home Affairs[/highlight],
Well there's the problem right there: the Internet does not belong to South Africa and cannot be out-gunned by mindless bureaucrats armed with their plastic canteen knives and rolls of red tape.the Film and Publications Board (FPB) said that one of its strategic objectives is to regulate [highlight]the Internet[/highlight].