Peacefire is an organization that tries to preserve freedom on the internet for children that maintains the position that there are worse things in the world than a youth seeing the word 'fuck' or seeing a pair of breasts every once in a while, and that it's just silly to restrict viewing of internet sites based on what other people think is wrong. (I'm sorry if some people are offended by my use of the words 'fuck' or 'breast,' but if you are, you most likely have some kind of nifty blocking software)
Peacefire has furthur been a leading member in the reach to crack the datebases of blocking software such as cyberpatrol to reveal the list of sites that are blocked by such software to show how stupid the criteria for site limitation is.
One of the main points of this interview was Bennett maintaining that basicly, parents are not 'automaticly right' (his words) in saying that the word 'fuck' is a mind corrupting and that kids have the right to disagree with their parents on this issue, and I feel that peacefire is there for those. I'm inclined to agree on this one. As a teenager myself, I really don't give a rats ass about what my parents want to 'protect' me from, esspeccially on the inet.
Bennett-'I don't think sites like Playboy's [need] protecting from anyway. No one has ever come forward and shown that there kid was harmed by any website...'