Hardcore porn, sex toys and escort services among websites searched for inside top British parliament building

July 03 23:58 2016 Print This Article

And that’s not all – Christian dating sites and GothicMagic.com features in list of what people using Stormont wifi were looking for

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The list includes sites that have all be accessed int he past six months

Hardcore porn, dating and gambling are among the websites being searched for got inside a British parliament building.

The list of blocked websites people inside Stormont, in Northern Ireland, have tried to access in the last six months has been revealed.

The Nolan Show used a Freedom of Information request to find out what has been Googled on computers at the power base of a country.

On the Thursday morning show, Vinny Hurrell – who was standing in for Stephen Nolan – revealed the blocked websites that have been accessed at Stormont.

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Stormont parliament buildings, in Belfast

The radio show revealed the list included websites for hardcore porn, adult sex toys, escort services and call girls, gambling sites, and dating sites.

A breakdown of the websites revealed showed the dating websites included one for gay men, one for men looking for foreign women for marriage, and popular sites such as Match.com and eHarmony.

Other dating websites included GothicMatch.com and one for Christian singletons, reports Belfast Live.

The Nolan Show also received information on the the number of times other popular websites such as Facebook were accessed.

 

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Other dating websites included GothicMatch.com and one for Christian singletons

In the last six months the popular social media network received around 771,000 hits at Stormont. The FOI request also revealed hits for many shopping websites like Amazon as well as Used Cars NI.

There is no suggestion these website access attempts were made by politicians, it could have been staff or any visitor accessing the Wifi.

In a statement to the Nolan Show, the Northern Ireland Assembly said: “The Northern Ireland Assembly, in common with other organisations, uses automatic blocking software to prevent unauthorised or inappropriate websites from being accessed intentionally or inadvertently by network users.

“Network users are permitted to use the internet for personal purposes.”

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