Remove Internet Censorship by the State

To remove censorship of internet content.

Whether I look at extreme right or left wing political literature, or details of how to grow cannabis, or videos of people being killed, the actual act of my clicking hasn't harmed anyone.

Production of the material may still be illegal, following the advice in the material may still be illegal, but the act of clicking and typing shouldn't be.

Why is this idea important?

To remove censorship of internet content.

Whether I look at extreme right or left wing political literature, or details of how to grow cannabis, or videos of people being killed, the actual act of my clicking hasn't harmed anyone.

Production of the material may still be illegal, following the advice in the material may still be illegal, but the act of clicking and typing shouldn't be.

Revise the 2003 sex offences act

The 2003 sex offences act contains some important laws, such as a law against voyeurism, and a law preventing showing pornography to children, but some other laws interfere with consensual and unharmful activities, and that is wrong.

Of particular note:

1) Incest laws were extended to include foster siblings.

2) Consensual sex among people believed to have mental disorders were outlawed.

3) Indecent photography laws extended to include 16 and 17 year olds.

4) Sex with a corpse outlawed, regardless of their consent in life.

5) Sex in public lavatories outlawed.

In light of these rediculous encroachment on civil liberties, I think the whole of the 2003 sex offences act should be looked over and reduced to only the portions that involve harmful and non-consensual activities.

Why is this idea important?

The 2003 sex offences act contains some important laws, such as a law against voyeurism, and a law preventing showing pornography to children, but some other laws interfere with consensual and unharmful activities, and that is wrong.

Of particular note:

1) Incest laws were extended to include foster siblings.

2) Consensual sex among people believed to have mental disorders were outlawed.

3) Indecent photography laws extended to include 16 and 17 year olds.

4) Sex with a corpse outlawed, regardless of their consent in life.

5) Sex in public lavatories outlawed.

In light of these rediculous encroachment on civil liberties, I think the whole of the 2003 sex offences act should be looked over and reduced to only the portions that involve harmful and non-consensual activities.