Maybe they should ban the entire free Wi-Fi instead?

The only reason it has taken Starbucks this long to block porn is because they are deeply committed to the Left, pagan, liberal view of life. They support Planned Parenthood, same-sex marriage, Girls Inc, and have a score of 100 on the Human Rights Campaign’s Corporate Equality Index. Basically, this is out of the norm for them, what do you think?

How many of you have been to a place with free WiFi, where all of these self-important geeks have set up office spaces at the tables, leaving nowhere for others to sit. Buy your internet service and get the hell out of the restaurants.

If I were an IT director, one of my first steps before having public access WIFI would have been to filter content such as porn sites.

Starbucks reportedly plans to stop customers from looking at X-rated materials online in its coffee shops.

According to Business Insider, the coffee chain is rolling out a new tool next year. The technology will supposedly stop customers from watching pornography on Starbucks’ free public Wi-Fi.

Starbucks did not give details on how it will work but says it will also block viewing of other explicit content.

The coffee giant has been under pressure to block pornography for years.

Watching pornography is already banned at Starbucks locations. But there aren’t content blockers on the stores’ Wi-Fi.

Source: ABC 30

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For those out there who are snowflakes and believe this is infringing on your rights, it’s a private business on private property. If they only allow you to visit pravda.com on their ‘free’ WiFi that’s their prerogative — it’s their bandwidth. If they will only allow you to enter the premises wearing a banana suit, or if they require you to prostrate yourself or genuflect towards Mecca before serving you, then you have a choice — you can do as they require, or don’t buy their overpriced coffee.

The Bill of Rights does not apply to private entities; the Bill of Rights is there to prevent the government from abridging your rights (it doesn’t prevent the state from trying, however).

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