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Australian Parliament Debates Banning All Cartoons

by on March 29, 2010

Canberra, Australia  – Following Australia’s national internet censorship initiative, their
legislation banning adult women who fit a certain body-type from
pornography and the recent banning all cartoon pornography, Australian MPs have
decided to use this momentum to introduce additional legislation that
would ban all animated content, citing the rights of fictional
characters. One MP stated “if we can’t protect fictional characters from
face-charring shotgun blasts, gravity-delayed falls from great heights
and eye-popping horror, how can we expect to keep our children safe from
the very same things? We must control and regulate the environments
that we can to set an example.” Under the legislation, each digital
video file, DVD, Blu-Ray and VHS would be considered one count of felony
indecency, with a minimum sentence of 5 years jail time, or one year of
living in the outback with only a spoon with which to fend for yourself.
Additionally, all convicted under the legislation would be added to the
national sex-offender registry.

In related news, Madman Entertainment has filed for bankruptcy

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