Fifty Shades of Grey and Page 3 Aren't Porn, Says Confused PM

By Gary Cutlack on at

Bonkers housewife smut epicĀ Fifty Shades of Grey and the everyman soft pornography of The Sun's Page 3 ought to be safe from Cameron's war on internet porn, as the PM went into a little more detail on what will and won't be deemed offensive once his anti-porn police state plan goes live next year.

Poor old Dave appears to be trying to shift burden of deciding what is and isn't pornography to the ISPs, pointing out that: "It will depend on how the companies choose how to do it. It doesn't mean, for instance, it will block access to a newspaper like The Sun, it wouldn't block that -- but it would block pornography."

Speaking to Jeremy Vine on the BBC, Cameron said he didn't think written smut like Fifty Shades would come under the ban at all, so we're not sure where that leaves ASCII porn. Or thoughts. [Independent]