Today's Tech: Cameron fights porn, Apple dev centre hack takes Turkish twist, Moto X images leak, BlackBerry Q5 reviewed

Creating easily the most chatter in tech today is Prime Minister David Cameron’s announcement that his government is about to get tough on Internet pornography, as we pre-emptively reported this morning. New measures will see UK households being forced to ‘opt-in’ with their ISP if they still wish to view adult material online, while the possession of pornography depicting rape will become illegalised. The PM outlined his determination to protect the “innocence” of children in a speech to accompany the announcement; check out the full story to see how else he aims to achieve this lofty ambition.

Elsewhere, Apple has taken its developer website offline after a hacker apparently attempted to ‘steal’ personal information from its database. The data under attack is encyrpted and "cannot be accessed," Apple said, but "we have not been able to rule out the possibility that some developers' names, mailing addresses, and/or email addresses may have been accessed." The plot thickened when a Turkish hacker claimed responsibility for the breach, but said it was ethically motivated. "This is definitely not a hack attack,” said Ibrahim Baliç. “I have reported all the bugs I have found to the company and waited for approval. I am being accused of hacking but I have not given any harm to the system,” he said. Click through for more.

The Moto X rumour mill has just got a little bit juicer thanks to a new batch of leaked images of Google's upcoming Motorola smartphone. If that sounds a wee bit odd, remember that Google purchased Motorola Mobility back in 2011 in the hope that the smartphone manufacturer would become a quasi-independent hardware arm of the search giant. The Moto X is the first flagship smartphone from Motorola on tap since the acquisition. The new images, posted by famed smartphone leaker evleaks, look to be the first official press shots of the rumoured 4.5in or 4.7in device.

Supplementing the news roster today is a brand new review to get stuck into, as we put the BlackBerry Q5 smartphone under the spotlight. Every handset from the Canadian manufacturer comes saddled with the pressure of reversing the company’s steadily declining fortunes, but it looks unlikely that the Q5 will be the driver of any potential recovery. It has the build of an entry-level phone, but keeps the business-leaning physical keyboard, and is priced between the two segments as a result, at £320. Follow the link to find out how far it goes in justifying that price tag.