Beware Porn Watchers: Your One CLICK To Porn Websites Can Drag You Here

Looks like something serious is on the way!

Beware Porn Watchers: Your One CLICK To Porn Websites Can Drag You Here
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OKAY! We are here again. Banning things look like some sort of a part-time job of officials, people of higher authority in India. No, this time it is not a product, nor it is a direct dig. This time it is via means of 'spirituality'. And to add more to it, it is a professor. 

A doctor in Varanasi's Banaras Hindu University and his fellow programmer created an app and named it Har Har Mahadev. This app doesn't let people open any 'inappropriate' website on their phones and plays bhajans instead. Like, that's how you are going to deal with it? 

Read further and you will know how people have been reacting to it so far. 

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The creators of this app are Ankit Srivastava and VN Mishra along with an anti-pornography crusader. 

Is it an anti-viagra? 

The app is currently limited to Microsoft Windows platform in the beta phase. 

Looks like some serious brainstorming was done on this.

Was it? Really? 

The creators have reported in an interview that their programmer can block up to 2,000 websites. 

Bhajans, really? 

After blocking the porn site, the programmer starts playing bhajans on the user's phone.

Modi or Mahadev? 

Your call to decide what will work best for you. 

Engineers, are you okay? 

Need something? VPN or Proxy maybe? 

Can't disagree. 

Anything can happen in love, war, and India. 

All things considered, this is what Dr Mishra quoted.

When the creator of the app was in talks with a leading news portal, he said that: "When I first developed this app I had my patients, my children and my students in mind, but now I think this should be made available to the whole world." 

You think it's time to leave the planet? 

That's all, people. 

What is your take on this?

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