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When Labels Go Wrong!

Hugo Roy
September 08, 2012

When Labels Go Wrong!

A brief history of the label "Parental Advisory Explicit Content". About censorship, the effect of music on people and society and the general context of the American society and politics of the mid 80s and how it relates to our days and the Internet.
The Unhosted Unconference, Unhost, Czech Republic, September 8 2012

Hugo Roy

September 08, 2012


  1. The Washington Wives • Tipper Gore, Al Gore's wife (you

    know, the guy who invented the Internet) Parents Music Resource Center (PMRC)
  2. "I knew a girl named Nikki I guess you could

    say she was a sex fiend I met her in a hotel lobby Masturbating with a magazine"
  3. No!

  4. The effect of Music on the mind of young people

    The war on “porn rock” – an older version of the current war on the Internet
  5. A few conclusion about ToS;DR Leave governments out of it

    It is not the “responsibility of the industry” (i.e. self-regulation)