Originally Posted by LukaszR
i don't see anything wrong with that album cover. its just a baby in the pool, i don't think anyone looking at that would have any od thoughts, unlike the image above which clearly is targeted as one meaning.
I completely agree with LukaszR here, it's a baby in a pool, "ooh, that's rude he has a willy"!
I think that whilst the image discussed in the articles is pretty vulgar when the internet was invented it was pushed to public release as the biggest information source on the internet and people will always have the right to (within the law) use it for what ever they want. A picture of a girl naked whilst massively controversial is not illegal or "In breach of the law under any jurisdiction" and whilst i don't think that this type of image should be encouraged i would fight for people's rights to show it and what the ISPs have done here is ridiculous. Even if the ISP's block the wiki entry (which they shouldn't bearing in mind the internet is probabaly our last chance at that apparent hippy radical of 'Free Speech' )
the image is viewable by a Google Image search of "Scorpions album cover" so the ISPs have achieved nothing.
Why not dedicate our technological resources to catching real paedophiles and terrorists, not fans of a 1980's heavy metal band (who now that i think about did actually have one good song didn't they
Anyway i suppose i've made my opinion quite clear, better get to bed now. See you tomorrow.
PS. Looks like BT are on the "KILL FREE SPEECH" band wagon.
="Can i have a look at some info about this album by a heavy metal band from Hanover?"
="DIE FREEDOM OF SPEECH HAHAHA"