Here is the biggest ... Paul Dacre
PUBLISHED: 00:41, 18 November 2013 | UPDATED: 00:41, 18 November 2013
DAILY MAIL COMMENT: Victory [hahahahaha] on web porn, but the fight goes on
"The PM has persuaded [threatened] Google and Microsoft to block access to thousands of images and videos of child abuse
It's no mere exaggeration [it is, and here it comes] to say that the pernicious tide of child pornography flooding across the internet is among the gravest of threats to our social fabric [your fabric must be very fragile].
Research has shown [sic] that up to 50 per cent of men (and indeed a deeply disturbing number of women) who view extreme paedophile material [sic] on the web go on to abuse children."
"But this can culminate in vile sexual assault and even murder, as was proved [sic] so grotesquely last year by the sickening killings of five-year-old April Jones and Tia Sharp, 12.
The murderers of both these girls first became fixated on paedophile websites [sic] before going on to kill." [ridiculous and dangerous, extrapolated, garbage]
The Day The Whole Internet Was Censored, Using 'CP' As The Excuse (Again)
Here We Go Again - Bing, Bong, Google, Giggle
Greater Than 30% Of IIOC Viewers Are 'Hands-On Paedos' - How Did This Mythology Arise?
Have You Learned Nothing? - Causality and Correlation of Owning Images
Tuesday 7 January 2014 16.47 GMT
Daily Mail editor Paul Dacre's pay rises to £1.85m
"Mail veteran continues to be best-paid UK newspaper editor, taking home £500,000 'supplement' on top of his base salary."