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Proposed Law Could Block Porn In South Carolina Unless You Pay $20

A bill could be passed into law pretty soon, and this bill will make it a must to have porn filters on all computers, Smartphones, and tablets being sold. Any retailer who sells an electronic device without this filter will be going against the law unless the user parts with $20.

It’s called the Human Trafficking Prevention Act, and it’s an anti-porn bill that’s expected to curb the rate at which people watch porn, which may ultimately have diverse effects on them. The bill was pre-filed before the Christmas break and it will be considered as soon as the legislature resume sessions by January.

But then, many of you may be forced to question what porn has to do with human trafficking, which will require that a person pays $20 to get a device without porn filters, shouldn’t it be called a “Porn Prevention Act?” Well, according to the lawmakers, the $20 is expected to go towards funding anti-trafficking projects, and not to pay for porn.

Bill Chumley, the co-sponsor of the bill had this to say, “If an end user buys a computer, an apparatus, and they want access to porn, they would have to pay to have that filter removed.” Well, this is just an overview of what will be done; we may just have to wait until it’s kicked into the law before we start wondering how it will work.

The anti-porn bill isn’t the only one being sponsored by Burns and Chumley, they are also pushing a bill that requires that recipients of Welfare take drug tests in a bid to ban any foreign law on the residents of South Carolina. Well, these bills are seen as infringements on some basic First Amendment Rights and considering that the promoters of the bill are people who feel the Sharia law should be introduced, we are just eager to see how it’s trashed out in January.

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