Wish the Internet Was Just Porn? There's a Filter For That

Are you tired of non-pornographic websites popping up when all you're trying to do is search for some good old-fashioned porn? Do you find SFW (Safe For Work) sites that hog most of the internet overwhelming? Are they cramping your more NSFW style? Then, get ready for the money shot nugget of porn news. (Hey, it's all I got.)

British Prime Minister David Cameron is leading a major crackdown on porn, which includes, among other things, "family-friendly filters" that block on-line porn. Porn fans can change the setting but the filter will be on by default, when the plan is implemented this month.

So, an anonymous hacktivist, who calls himself Sick Sad created a porn filter. He's even made a video about how to set it up. The video opens with a hand which is writing a letter that says, "Dear David C. I heard you want a porn filter. So I made you one! Love, Sick Sad <3."

Sick Sad explains himself on his website in a blog post called Don't Worry Government, I Got This Porn Filter Sorted:

"So i hear the UK government wants to make a porn filter. About bloody time i reckon. I’m fed up of happily browsing the Internet for boobs, only to have non-porn related subject matter thrust down my face hole.

"So taking inspiration from other great Internet filtering nations such as North Korea, China, Syria, Iran, Cuba, Bahrain, Belarus, Burma, Uzbekistan, Saudia Arabia and Vietnam I decided to help out the UK government and build an Internet filter that only allows pornographic material through.

You’re Welcome."

But back to the video, after the letter, Sick Sad proceeds to show the steps to take to create the filter. I find it utterly incomprehensible, but I'm sure most people will be able to follow it. As you'll see, with the porn filter, any attempt to get to a non-pornographic website will result in a penis firewall, which blocks the site and says, "You appear to want to view content of a non-pornographic nature. This request has been monitored. Under new government legislation, the internet is only for porn. Until you file a "Non PO0n.32b Request To Access Material Of A Non-Pornographic Nature Form" we cannot allow you to visit this site.