Giving the government and lickspittle quangos powers to prevent legal discourse under a vague definition of ‘harm’ is something that we should all object to.
Britain’s TV regulator thinks that more of this sort of thing will encourage people to watch traditional TV channels again. They are mistaken.
The valiant attempt by advertisers to make dull and functional tech seem like something that will boost your sex appeal.
The outrageous and provocatively sexual Devilries of the famed French artist. Be warned: this is still eye-popping stuff.
Once again, Britain’s self-appointed advertising censors are allowing a handful of tutting moralists to dictate what everyone else can see.
Let’s not allow outrage at inappropriate workplace behaviour by an MP to further embolden the moralising opportunists.
The anti-porn campaigner Julie Bindel is making outrageous, untrue claims about the monstrousness of adult entertainment – and not for the first time.
A visual guide to forbidden advertising from the modern age.
Censoring adult entertainment does not reduce demand – it just allows fraudsters, blackmailers and corruption to flourish.
The self-declared advertising authority uses modern buzzwords to disguise the decidedly Victorian morality behind its decisions.
Selectively blocking individual Twitter feeds in specific countries will not placate the censorial and feels like the thin end of the wedge.
Should option soundtracks on DVDs and Blu-rays be classified as separate video recordings? The censors claim they should – but they are wrong.