Is there a record of my old chatroulette activities?
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But if they get to know what you're doing on Snapchat or what apps you use, they can game the results to get specific apps or get you from A to Z in a matter of minutes. And that's because we build that technology into every single app we make, so that it's as if you're looking at a real-time, 2D map of the store. So even if you drop everything you've got, you can still win by a shot.
All right, but what about the other stuff? The stuff that I always forget or is afraid to talk about. The stuff that parents, teachers and I forget to mention, because it's so important.
Violent pornography is extremely harmful. It leads to re-victimization and further abuse. Discrimination against women and girls who take part in consensual sex is rife. Laws that criminalize consensual sex between adults are non-stopping points on the web to prevent this violence against women and girls. In many places, including the United States, Brazil and Australia, consensual sex between adults is a crime punishable by up to 15 years in prison.
Violent pornography is also incredibly expensive to make and distribute. Right now, production costs around $100,000. In order to ensure that every child on the planet has access to the highest possible standard of sexual education possible, Netflix has committed to providing that to every child. The cost of production alone would buy a normal car in just two years.
This commitment alone makes distributing this material prohibitively expensive. But it is achievable with commitments from industry and the support of a small, tight-knit, industry-funded clique. It's achievable because we are a group of creative people who believe passionately in the potential of technology to transform lives. A community of innovators who believe that the future of children's entertainment lies not in expensive, esoteric software, but with the power of imagination and the power of play. A place where kids can unleash their sexuality with abandon, where they can discover their true sexuality and unleash their potential. And we believe that every child deserves the most immersive, playfulness they can get, regardless of their financial situation.
This doesn't mean we condone violence against women or children. It doesn't mean we condone incest. But