Porn on Planes (continued)

by on September 12, 2008 · 10 comments

I posted an essay last month about some possible non-regulatory solutions to the problem of porn on planes that I predicted might develop once airlines started rolling out in-flight Internet access.  Some respondants to that essay argued this was likely a non-problem because few people would actually view porn in public.  Unfortunately, a few incidents have apparently already created controversy.

Frankly, I am shocked that legislation hasn’t already been floated on this issue, but I am sure that someone in Congress will be firing off something soon. Again, like I said in that previous essay, before things get ugly and bills start flying up on the Hill, the airlines need to think about crafting some constructive solutions to this problem. We don’t want the FCC to become the censors of the sky, as some lawmakers will no doubt propose eventually.

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    If they have PPV on planes…why not have porn on planes as well. I mean it might be a bit wierd sitting next to someone watching it…but who knows until you try…

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