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Various interesting memories regarding porn scandals and similar

13.06.2009 22:55 EDT
I have a very good memory and scandals related to porn that I heard and read about are no exception as the subject has interested me for many years. I'm about to inform or maybe even sometimes remind you of some porn related scandals that I have remembered due to my interest in it and my good memory but most other people who heard about them at the time will have forgotten. If you remember any of them please use the comment function and mention what you remember of the scandal or scandals which you comment upon.

When Google was a very young yet very successful company its bosses had the opinion that there should be no censorship of anything on the grounds of it being pornographic. I really do mean anything as they decided that even child pornography images and sites wouldn't be filtered from search results. As you can imagine this was a very controversial decision and the president of The USA at the time, George Bush senior referred to the situation in a speech where he said 'And Google... You remove the kiddy porn from the internet or we'll legislate so that you have to'. It wouldn't have been a process of removing the offensive sites and images from the internet but rather simply filtering them out of the search results. A Google employee was given the task to do various interviews for TV programmes and maybe other media during which he was trying to defend Google's extremely libertarian stance. Unfortunately though he was attempting to do so by using sophistry (sophisticated lying). He was asked why Google don't filter out child pornography from their search results and he replied by saying Google doesn't have the ability to remove sites from the internet. He hadn't been asked why Google doesn't remove child porn sites from the internet he was asked why they don't filter the child porn from the search results. The interviewer was a smart man and didn't get fooled by the attempt at sophistry and asked the question again and got the exact same reply. He asked a third time and the man representing Google realised he wasn't going to fool him and gave up trying. He told him that he was smart and with a scornful tone remarked that he had successfully fooled the previous interviewers with that reply and he called them stupid idiots or similar with a contemptuous tone. The interviewer asked him why they don't filter the search results a fourth time and he tried another attempt at sophistry. He replied that Google workers are far too busy and can't spare the time to filter out all of those very many sites. The interviewer replied that they should employ people to do it then and the interviewee had to admit that was a good point. It's a fairly safe bet that the hapless (during that particular interview) interviewee was using sophistry tactics in those interviews because that's what he was told to do by one or more Google higher ups. Google chose someone else from the company to defend their extreme libertarian stance in an interview for BBC2 during which he was extremely controversial and extremely strident. I could hardly exagerate the degree to which he was being those two things ie I tried. At one point he was asked 'Does Google care about children?' to which he replied 'No, Google doesn't care about children!'. The interviewer pointed out that the Google motto was 'Don't be evil' to which he replied that he thought they should change it as it's not an appropriate motto for Google. The interviewer asked him if he thought that child molestation overrides the importance of freedom of speech and the answer was that it certainly doesn't. It was the most shocking interview I have ever heard and I was offended by it as were many others. I remember an anti-porn campaigner femanist on BBC2 saying 'I knew the situation with Google was bad but it's much worse even than I thought. Much worse' and she added 'Google are providing people access to child pornography. Of course Google are evil!' and I agreed with her. Many people in America also saw the interview or at least parts of it and Google and the man who had been selected to be the interviewee were rightly coming under fire there. I saw a woman who worked for Google interviewed on BBC2 saying that she and other Google employees were demanding he be sacked and that 'We don't want any more of the excuses we've been getting from the bosses that attempt to justify him! We heard what he said and we want him gone!'. I think she mentioned potentially going on strike until their demand that he be sacked was met. A man who worked for Google was interviewed for the same item said 'He got carried away and now everyone's out to get him and he even came in and said what have I done? I went too far'. I don't know whether he was sacked or not but afterwards the Google bosses eventually relented and child pornography, thankfully, finally got filtered out of Google search results. I remember a woman on BBC2 saying that one of the bosses of Google had said 'We must have been mad to think we could get away with that for ever'.

Many years ago there was an educational programme for schools shown on BBC2 that partly or maybe entirely involved someone interviewing people who worked in a school in France and asking them questions relating to their teaching methods and such. One of the interviewees was a female teacher who had long dark hair. I recognised her from a porn video I had bought in which she was also a teacher who gave a schoolgirl a punishment of being forcibly and harshly penetrated with a dildo after the lesson for some kind of infringment of the rules such as chewing gum. The hardcore video was filmed in what seemed likely to be an actual school. After the programme was aired it came to light that at least one other person must have recognised her from one or more hardcore porn video. I remember hearing on a TV programme that she had admitted to having appeared in porn videos. I wonder if the school in which she worked as a teacher of children was the same one in which she was filmed for the scene in the film.

On a similar theme there was another educational programme for schoolchildren with a TV crew in a French school interviewing people, unless it was the same programme. There was a PE (physical education or sports) teacher who was filmed teaching (if you can call it that) a load of children in one of his lessons (if you can call it that). He was wearing a t-shirt which had a design on which was of the outlines of many human figures having an orgy. Above the design were the words 'Group Therepy'. I remember hearing on a TV programme that he had been suspended from his job after word had reached the headmaster after people had complained and/or someone in the media had mentioned or writen about the design and words on his deliberately controversial t-shirt.

A British man saw a French hardcore porn video which featured a girl of about twelve years old having sex with one or more man even though it was a video released by a big or at least quite big porn company. He wrote a letter of complaint to the then President Jaques Chiraq in which he urged him to get the police to make arrests for the crimes of making child pornography and having sex with a child. To his credit Chiraq did so and the pornographer got in trouble with the police but I don't know what sentences he and the people she had sex with received. I strongly approve of what the British letter writer and Chiraq did as the girl was certainly too young at about twelve for it to be acceptable for her to perform penetrative sex acts that were filmed for porn. This is the sort of thing that most other people forget but I would be very likely to still remember many years later due to my interest in porn and porn related scandals.

There was a hardcore porn video series made by a director called Pierre Woodman called The Tower 1, The Tower 2 and The Tower 3 for the Swedish company Private which were based on the Hollywood film Sliver. The second video in the series became controversial in The UK due to the inclusion of father/daughter and mother/daughter incest scenes, anal rape of a girl character by her character's father, the murders of young women characters and naked or semi-naked women lying still and playing murder victims. The films weren't released in The UK due to hardcore porn not being allowed by the BBFC at the time but there existed a black market for copies of hardcore porn videos. As a result of people seeing it after buying a black market copy from a shopkeeper or whatever, it eventually became quite widely seen in The UK and Pierre Woodman was interviewed for a TV programme, perhaps Eurotrash during which the male interviewer got angry and surly as a result of being offended by the video. Woodman reacted by smiling and being friendly while he replied to his questions and statements and no incident developed beyond some verbal hostility and aggression from the angry offended interviewer. He was asked about the parent/daughter incest scenes and the possibility of men being influenced by what they had seen in The Tower 2 and he replied by saying he had no idea at that time that the sexual abuse of daughters by their fathers was happening to many girls as the widespread public awareness about that situation only came about in France after he directed The Tower 2. He later admitted that was a lie and he did know about that at the time of directing it. He also said he had been pretending to be nicer and more innocent than he really was to avoid being physically attacked by the interviewer and he admitted he was deliberately trying to corrupt people when he directed The Tower 2. I remember someone on a discussion programme on TV revealing that the interviewer had later said he had gone to the location of the interview, which was probably in France with the intention of beating Woodman up. Some parts of The Tower 2 have been removed from the version that was released comparatively recently.

There was a documentary on British TV about the black pimps of prostitutes in Amsterdam. During the filming of it the crew had filmed incidental footage of a sex shop window which was included in the documentary. Next to the window and placed so it would be seen by people passing by was a magazine or video which had a photograph of a man defecating sloppy, runny faeces into a woman's mouth. Someone in Britain wrote to the Dutch Prime Minister at the time, Ruud Lubbers to complain that at least one sex shop in his country was putting extremely offensive material such as that just behind the front window for people to see as ...
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