Friday, April 24, 2009

boss over boss

I had a call today. On my new xperia that I got for 1 Eurocent at the phone shop and which has Aboriginal didgeridoo ringtones ok that's enough of that, stop licking the xperia I got a call from the porn boss I've been bombaarding with threat letters (one threat letter) (read "threat" = "registered"). The porn boss... the guy who owns the number the superkid called to access the website with the scarce clad females... he was very sympathetic. I told him that the sk basically wanted to involve the girls in conversation, that he told them his name and his age and stuff like that.

In fact I questioned the sk and asked him if he had talked about their bodies or said that he would like to make love to those girls. He said no... "I might have been thinking that, but I didn't actually say it" and "we just talked about who we were... etcetera" *shrug*

The prn boss has to take my complaint back to his client, the owner of the website, but he gave me hope that they will straighten the bill out with us. He said that they are going to filter out the conversations that have sprung from my IP number and if they really only contain material such as the above, that will strongly work in our favour. I almost got to like the prn boss. Imagine that. Nevertheless, I would like to see some rulz changed. Seriously. Kids should never be made to pay for porn.

Strangely in this country at the age of 16 kids are judged old enough to see porn, but not untill the age of 18 are they judged mature enough to pay large amouts of money. If applied with some care, that set of rules could work out well ... it gives give young adults the space of two years to get used to the stuff and find out whether or not it's worth paying the price.

7 comments:

Dick said...

I'm beginning to like him too, lol

thyme said...

Funny thing is, the phone boss also called me, and promised me to do his best and find out if an exception could be made in our case blah, and they sounded a bit the same. Now that changes the perspective.. doesn't it. Anyway it's all their fault.

Accorting to a new OPTA rule since 14th jan. 2009 telecom providers have an obligation to educate and protect their cients against threats from the internet. I am determined to make them see this qualifies, and it's their fault for neglecting their duty.

SandyCarlson said...

I admire your efforts on this one. Sickening, the way these creeps prey on curiosity and innocence.

thyme said...

And if I would have been with another phone provider, KPN, the one I am moving to now, this would not have happened. They have a policy of cutting off the service when the cost have risen to twice the amount the phone costs usually are. UPC have let it go to roughly 100 times what my costs sually are and they still might not have done anything if I had not found out first.

I'm starting to believe the UPC boss IS the porn boss, and suddenly I'm starting to like him less again.

Indrani said...

I would have had no clue how to handle the situation.

Smart Mouth Broad said...

OH dear. And I thought our dress code laws were whacked! Kids shouldn't have to pay for porn! Dear GOD, help us. You're fighting the good fight, dear. Good luck.

midlife slices said...

You're way calmer than I could be in this situation.