Should internet users "opt in" to access porn?

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David Cameron has introduced measures to require British citizens to opt in to view pornography, and some want Canada to follow suit.

Anti-porn advocate Gail Dines joins us to explain what is going on and why she supports it. Gigaom writer David Meyer counters that the measures won't work, and are essentially an attack on our privacy.

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