Thursday, October 9, 2008

Nancy Razik Effects Change

Nancy Razik is one of the "One Million Moms". She just forwarded this e-mail about their successful campaign to eliminate pornography from American Airlines.

>October 8, 2008

American Airlines says your action influenced change
Dear Nancy,
Earlier this week, we asked you to contact American Airlines and encourage them to take measures to filter pornography from their in-flight Internet service.

Within hours, American put out this press release:
Based on the feedback of our customers and employees, American Airlines is working with Aircell to implement technology to filter pornographic content over the Gogo inflight Internet service.
Because of the overwhelming number of emails sent to American Airlines, it has taxed their system. Therefore, we have thanked them on your behalf. However, if you still wish to contact them, please use their online form.

Thank you for taking time to contact American Airlines. You are making a difference!
Donald E. Wildmon, Chairman
P.S. Please forward this to your family and friends!


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1 comment:

Joe Bubel said...

Proof that the the art or practice of common decency has left the building. Because people cannot resist their temptations to view porn in an OBVIOUSLY inappropriate environment, restrictions must be placed upon the provider.

Where did we lose this sense of decency? Some time in the late 70s and 80s when schools were nolonger allowed to teach social skills, because social skills are relative.