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Censorship is increasing all across the world. First, the US finally confirmed what we thought all along - that they had been using data from Google and Facebook. Now, our very own government has blocked a large set of IPs in India - some of them pornographic.

We really think that the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting has better work than censoring a pitiful few dirty sites, when pornography is available by the terabyte in a whole host of other places. Why did they do this at all? Here are a few possible reasons:

1. Too many Indians were surfing porn sites: And the sites were exceeding their bandwidth limit, and loading slowly. And then the MPs were left with nothing to watch in their free time, and that was clearly wrong.

2. Elections 2014 were at risk: The more unrestricted the access to porn in India, the more the number of Sunny Leone fans. And if, riding her wave of popularity, she was to stand as an independent in next year's elections, she might beat the Congress single-handedly.

3. They wanted to help the aam aadmi: Who has to delete his browser history every day. No porn means no incognito windows, ever again!

4. Because of the acting in porn: Porn films have possibly the most wooden (in every sense) actors ever, but even their performances are better than some of those Bollywood has given us recently (Zilla Ghaziabad, here's looking at you).

5. Porn films are not secular: Most pornstars are blonde, and follow one religion: money. There is no reservation, nothing.

6. Mamata asked them to block the porn sites: Because redtube.com contains the fatal Communist word 'red'.

7. Because watching porn can lead to blindness: As we were told, so many years ago.

What do you think is the reason behind the Government's war on porn? Tell us in the Comments Section.

Tag : #Censorship #government #india # #porn sites

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