So American Airlines introduced internet service on some of its 767s that fly cross-country. If I found myself on such a flight, I would certainly be tempted to take advantage of the service (though it would probably be a bit more expensive than I could handle). But I certainly wouldn't use it to do this.
FORT WORTH, Texas - American Airlines says it will filter an in-flight Internet service to block pornography sites, reversing course after complaints from flight attendants and passengers....Set aside the seeming contradiction in those two paragraphs for a bit--what kind of person would think it's a good idea to boob-scan on a flight? That takes the idea of the mile-high club in a completely different direction. Watch out for the guy taking his laptop to the lavatory--he may be a while.
American, the largest U.S. carrier, said it hasn't gotten reports of passengers viewing "inappropriate content" on the Gogo in-flight service but said filtering was "an appropriate measure to take."