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24
20
Yes but with restrictions Always without limits
Debate Score:44
Arguments:32
Total Votes:53
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 Yes but with restrictions (18)
 
 Always without limits (12)

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Should the government censor the internet?

Yes but with restrictions

Side Score: 24
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Always without limits

Side Score: 20
1 point

Where's the option that states the internet should be completely uncensored and unregulated. I choose that one.

Side: Yes but with restrictions
3 points

But think about the children they could see stuff that they shouldn't be seeing at that young age.

Side: Always without limits
Hellno(17756) Disputed
3 points

Parents need to take responsibility for their children... it shouldn't be government's job.

Side: Yes but with restrictions
Cynical(1948) Disputed
2 points

Yeah, who cares? Kids probably don't even know where to go to find porn on the internet. And if they do, then restricting access on the internet won't do anything; they'll just find somewhere else to get they're fix.

Side: Yes but with restrictions

Agreed. It's worked so far. The failure of bad parenting is solely on the parents and does not fall within the realm of government control.

Side: Yes but with restrictions

I've gotta admit, I've seen some really horrible messed-up stuff on the internet. I think the government should only censor the most vile parts of the internet (essentially stuff that depicts extreme violence, cruelty, or gore).

Side: Yes but with restrictions
1 point

Which government? I don't want some foreign politicians dictating what I can and cannot do on the internet.

Side: Always without limits
1 point

Which government? I don't want some foreign politicians dictating what I can and cannot do on the internet

Space alien government.

Side: Yes but with restrictions
1 point

Im pretty sure he means always, Without limits. Like no censoring just have no limits to what can be put on the internet.

Side: Always without limits
0 points

It would be for the safety of the children to protect them.

Side: Always without limits
lupusFati(790) Disputed
2 points

You're a fool. This isn't an argument when both choices are 'yes' statements. I would choose 'no censorship' or some other similar option, myself.

Jackass.

Side: Yes but with restrictions
0 points

Like there is a lot of bad stuff on the internet that shouldn't be seen by children.

Side: Always without limits
westernslave(694) Clarified
1 point

like what? and what makes the children so special that we should all have to deal with BS gov restriction?

fuck you and the children

Side: Yes but with restrictions
Verukter(44) Disputed
1 point

You know theres this great thing they make now called "parents" who can determine what there kids do and don't see on the internet. For fuck sake, google chrome gives you an option where you can filter search results and only show select pages! What do you think High Schools do? I don't want MY freedom obstructed because parents don't want to be bothered to make sure there kids are seeing dicks on the internet.

Side: Yes but with restrictions