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You can opt out at any time or find out more by reading our cookie policy. For the best part of half a decade Conservative politicians, starting with David Cameronhave been on a crusade to clean up the web. They succeeded at the end of when parliament passed the Digital Economy Act, which laid out the plans for the new porn block.

In simple terms, its plan is to require pornographic websites to verify users are over 18 before they view content, with several age verification providers vying for their custom using a variety of different methods. But the policy has been beset by numerous delays and most recently the Department for Digital, Culture, Media, and Sport DCMS confirmed the new law would be delayed for a further six months beyond its proposed July 15 launch date.

So, how did we get into this mess and what happens next?

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Here we explain where the new regulations came from, what they mean for beautiful amateur lesbians users and the problems they could create in the future. Technically the porn block is a porn of age checks.

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From the launch date in July, porn websites will have to show anyone visiting from a UK IP address a landing page that doesn't show any explicit content. This landing page won't go away until the visitor is able to show they're over 18 — old enough to view the adult material.

Formally, it's porn age verification.

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