So I finally got the hotspot working on my iPhone. So I wanted to test it, and went to YouTube. But every video I tried suddenly turned into a 404 page. I've not yet found out what the heck that's about.
So I tested it on Domai, which is familiar and has large images, good to test a connection. But gosh-darn it, it seems that O2 or somebody not only has Domai listed as an adult site, but they need proof of age by credit card payment before they'll let you enter the site over their network!
That's bad enough, but after I'd proved myself and gotten written permission by text, I still can't connect over O2 to Domai, or Playboy, or Penthouse... I just get the O2 home page instead every time. It's just ridiculous. What is this kindergarten culture anyway? England used to be a tough country who would think nothing of sailing thousands of miles to rape and enslave dark folks in other countries, and now they can't even let anybody see a pair of titties? (Except of course on the counter in the newsstand where they're right up front.)
Access is restored now, Heff in all his glory is visible. It turns out the phone had to be rebooted after age-proof.
You know, I'm trying to imagine growing up in a world where adults are actually successful in blocking all views of nudity and sex for children. Imagine turning 18 never even having seen a boobie, and suddenly coming across a web site, I dunno, NoHolesBarred.com or BackDoorLezzies.com or LeatherAndWhips.com. Sounds unpleasant. I don't really get the thinking of "protecting".