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HTML5 to include new elements for adult content

it_reporter (2021736) writes | more than 3 years ago

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it_reporter writes "Influenced by the porn industry, the W3C and WHATWG have add various elements to the new HTML5 standard, for use on websites of an adult nature."
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Fake (1)

mistiry (1845474) | more than 3 years ago | (#35957780)

Fake.

I was actually intrigued by the thought that W3C, etc. would be so open-armed to the porn industry.

First sign it's a fake? 'Dick Cummings' is the spokesperson for W3C.

Re:Fake (1)

it_reporter (2021736) | more than 3 years ago | (#35967618)

Thanks for noticing our post. As we like to say, the IT Reporter provides *remarkable* IT news stories ;-). We invite you to come and check out more news on the site.

Re:Fake (1)

mistiry (1845474) | more than 3 years ago | (#35974246)

Its not 'news' if its falsified. That's called 'fiction', so what you're really saying is 'IT Reporter provides *fictional* IT news stories".
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