I strongly suspect that other apps may have added unwanted crap but how do I find out?
Of course the other possibility is that there's something that wasn't mentioned that changes things a lot.
The problem is the amount of power it gives censors
It doesn't. It's voluntary and privately run. The government has no control over it. Cleanfeed is a much bigger concern, but nobody actually seems to care about that.
Also social pressure gets applied so that anybody who does not wish to be told what they may or may not view by the government is considered "deviant"
This clearly isn't happening.
I still think there's a strong possibility that this was intended to satisfy the vocal minority who wanted some sort of ISP level filtering, under the pretence of being a means to satisfy the vocal minority that wanted some sort of ISP level filtering. Anything else increasingly seems like tin-foil hat stuff.
So those who want filters have filters. Those who don't want filters don't have filters.
I seriously don't see a problem here. Far too many slashdotters are so scared of any form of filtering that they object even to entirely voluntary filters, that are demonstrably nowhere near as hard to switch off as they originally claimed.
If someone ended up having to pay £200 or so for illegally distributing a £10 movie to 20 people I'm not going to have a lot of sympathy for them.
Flew from Gatwick to TromsÃ with Norweigian in December. It was fantastic! Self check-in machine printed off a sticker for my luggage. Placed it in an automated bag drop, and the only queueing I had to do was at the security theatre.
KLM has something similar. BA at Heathrow still has manned desks but the kiosks print out the sticker so it is just a case of dropping the bags/