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Starbucks wants people to stop watching porn in its cafes, and it’s doing what it can to battle that by banning porn sites from its WiFi network. That’s certainly within their right, as providing free WiFi is, unfortunately, not required by the U.S. Constitution nor the Bill of Rights.

Still, that doesn’t mean a public porn ban will not be without repercussions. The porn site YouPorn, for example, is fighting back. Apparently the best way to do that is by reciprocation, as YouPorn has decided to ban Starbucks in a response their new adult content filter on its networks.

The Washington Examiner wrote about the ban, citing a TMZ report that included in internal memo from the porn purveyor explaining why it was banning Starbucks as a result of the coffee chain’s upcoming policy.

In light of the news that Starbucks has blocked customers from searching and viewing adult content within their establishments, Starbucks products will officially be banned from the YouPorn offices, effective January 1, 2019.

See your direct manager for any questions.

Almost as rude as watching porn in a Starbucks.

 

READ MORE: Uproxx.com

Article Courtesy of Uproxx

First Picture Courtesy of Scott Olson and Getty Images

Second Picture Courtesy of Alex Wong

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