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  • A country should be able to decide what forms of media is unacceptable.

    If the Russian government deemed that Pornhub was having a detrimental effect on Russian society then they have every right to ban it, without other countries raising questions. We don't know the exact thought process that went behind this ban and despite what is reported in the media, we may never know exactly how Pornhub affected Russian society. It's best to let Russia make its own decisions for its own people, as long as no one gets hurt.

  • No, Russia was not justified in banning Pornhub.

    No, Russia was not justified in banning Pornhub because it is not the government's job to censor what people do and do not see. It shows that their government has too much control over its people. There should be a freedom of thought and expression, even if it involves porn sites.

  • Russia is trying to legislate morality

    The Federal Service for Supervision of Communications, Information Technology and Mass Media did not choose to block Pornhub to halt illegal activity or protect children from its content. Russia blocked this and another porn distributor to attempt to change the mentality and behavior of adults. It is wrong to ban something simply to attempt to legislate morality.

  • No, Russia was not justified in banning pornhub

    No, Russia was not justified in banning pornhub. The government should not be involved in what people choose to do with their free time at home (as long as they are not harming others). The government should not try and play parents with its citizens. The government should treat citizens with respect and allow them to live their lives as they choose.


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