Category: Moral Decency
RECOGNIZING that due to the nature of the Internet persons may unintentionally view pornographic content they find objectionable, offensive, or which is illegal in their nation,
DEFINING pornography, for the purposes of this resolution, as writing, audio, video, or other images of which the primary purpose is to cause sexual arousal, or which contains sexually explicit material.
AFFIRMING the right of persons of various ages, genders, and sexual orientations to create pornographic content and host it on the Internet if this does not conflict with national or international laws,
The World Assembly hereby MANDATES that before showing pornographic content all websites hosted in member states must display a warning which notes the gender and age range of the participants, and that the content might possibly offend or be illegal in certain nations after the user must manually agree to continue viewing despite the warning.
This a short resolution we feel should please the more conservative among us as well as keep the freedoms in place that the World Assembly strives for. We had some difficulty in deciding on a title, and do realize "Deobfuscation" is not the most well-chosen word, so suggestions in this regard would be welcome.