Starbucks has finally clued in. After giving free wifi access to customers (and your weed dealer who doesn't have a sim card and chills outside so he can make calls) for years, the've finally realized that if porn is one of the most popular things on the internet (Pornhub is the 14th or 31st most popular, depending who you ask), and they give out free wifi in their cafes, then...

Specifically, Starbucks has decided to filter the content that people are allowed to access on their wifi. The rationale behind it is partly that no one wants to find out a stranger's porn preferences while sipping their morning latte, but also that a group called Enough is Enough having been lobbying them to change their policy for years. 

In 2016, Enough is Enough got McDonalds to filter their wifi and got Starbucks to commit to the same policy, but they never enacted it. The people at Enough is Enough were not happy: "by breaking its commitment, Starbucks is keeping the doors wide open for convicted sex offenders and others to fly under the radar from law enforcement and use free, public Wi-Fi services to access illegal child porn and hard-core pornography." Even though Enough is Enough seem to think that "Porn & Child Sex Abuse Images" are the same thing, they've received 26,000 signatures on their petition, where they claim that "open Wi-Fi hotspots - like those at Starbucks - are attracting pedophiles and sex offenders." Keep your eyes open next time you go in for a cake pop.