Internet safety is something that everyone needs to be aware of. Part of the attraction of cybersex , or online sex, is that it can feel safe and anonymous to the user. In reality, it is anything but. Your activity on the internet is very accessible to others, many of whom do not have your best interests at heart. Some kinds of internet sex sites are particularly high risk.
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Porn online is currently as I write in early going through a revolution. It's been happening for the last few years, and will happen for at least the next few years. Between and , "tube sites" eg, porn tube , and many other similar sites, based off the youtube model made their sites, populated them with stolen video content from pay sites, and encouraged users to upload their "own" content - stuff the users had downloaded from pay sites by paying, or stealing it. These sites exploded - they got so many users searching for free porn, and people shared the site names amongst friends socially verbally, certainly, but also on social media.
As early as July 15, porn sites will be required to get proof of ID from UK residents before showing any X-rated clips. That includes free porn sites like PornHub and YouPorn — which attract nearly 2billion visits a month between them worldwide. They'll join a number of other sites in using the AgeID system, which requires users to verify their age via an official form of ID such as a driver's license or passport. From July 15, when the new system is expected to launch, randy internet lurkers will be shown a non-pornographic "landing page", according to AgeID spokesman James Clark.