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Bishop Urges Investors to Join the Fight Against Internet Porn (News)

Posted on November 7, 2011, in Internet, Internet Safety, Men, News, Sexual Violence, Societal

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A leading bishop last night urged people with shares in internet firms to confront them over their records on pornography. The Bishop of Bristol said his community had been rocked by the murder of Joanna Yeates in a sickening case that ‘no city on the planet’ should have to witness. The Rt Rev Mike Hill […]

A World Where Sex Sells: and we are all poorer for it (Opinion)


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Who could fail to be moved by witnessing the devastated parents of murdered Jo Yeates as they emerged from court last week? As a parent myself, and to a young woman at that, my heart went out to them. Their pain was evident for all to see and yet none of us, unless we have […]

War on Web Sleaze: Church of England Threatening to Withdraw Millions Invested in ISPs Over Rise of Internet Porn (News)


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The Church of England is threatening to use its financial power to stem the tide of internet pornography. It is considering withdrawing the millions it has invested in Internet Service Providers (ISPs) unless they take action. Concern over the easy availability of vile images which demean women and corrupt the young has intensified following the […]

Internet pornography: A Suitable Case for Treatment (News)

Posted on October 31, 2011, in Children, Internet, Internet Safety, News, Pornography Laws, Societal, Women

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UK – There has been much recent speculation about the Conservatives losing support among women voters. This may explain why David Cameronyesterday took an initiative on one of the few issues on which opinion polling reveals a sharp gender divide. Women are stronger supporters of curbs on internet pornography than men are, and women are also more likely to want restrictions […]

U.K. Making Porn Less Accessible (News)

Posted on October 12, 2011, in Internet, Internet Safety, News, Pornography Laws

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Four major Internet providers in the United Kingdom will require users to opt in if they want to view pornography, which one anti-porn organization says is a better alternative to systems that filter porn out. According to Morality in Media (MIM) president Pat Trueman, it is “a major step forward from an influential country that could […]

Biggest four UK ISPs switching to 'opt-in' system for pornography (News)

Posted on October 11, 2011, in Internet, Internet Safety, News, Pornography Laws

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By David Cameron Subscribers to four of the UK’s biggest internet service providers will have to “opt in” if they want to view sexually explicit websites, as part of government-sponsored curbs on online pornography. The measures will be unveiled on Tuesday as David Cameron hosts No 10 meeting with the Mothers’ Union. At the government’s request the group’s chief […]

The ACLU’s Newest Spin on Their Porn for Schoolkids Campaign (Opinion)

Posted on September 19, 2011, in Children, Internet Safety, Opinion, Societal

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The ACLU recently filed a lawsuit against Camdenton R-III School District in Missouri, seeking an injunction prohibiting the District from continuing to use a ”sexuality” internet filter.  Alliance Defend Fund filed an amicus brief in the case and in support of the District, demonstrating that disabling the “sexuality” filter will provide students access to myriad pornographic and sexually explicit websites.  This should […]

Computer porn exposure for kids grows as Internet becomes more dominate (News)


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Based on a National Center for Missing and Exploited Children survey, “only a small percentage of kids seek out pornography on purpose, and most respond appropriately by quickly leaving the site, though few report such incidents to parents,” stated Dr. Lynn Margolies on her website that focuses on the growing trend of youth looking at […]

Violent Child Porn: How Do Offenders Get To That Point? (Opinion)

Posted on August 10, 2011, in Addiction, Children, Cybersex, Internet, Internet Safety, Opinion, Societal, Teens

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Warning: Some details in story are sexually explicit. Bedford Co., VA – The comments on our website are still rolling in over Wednesday’s international child porn bust. After hearing the details released about the network called “Dreamboard”, many of you were left fuming and confused.  Parts of the press conference were more than some people […]

Internet Providers to Save User Data Under Child-Porn Bill (News)

Posted on August 2, 2011, in Children, Internet, Internet Safety, Pornography Laws

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The U.S. House Judiciary Committee approved a measure today that would require Internet-service providers to save subscriber information to aid investigations of child pornography. The bill, HR 1981, was approved on a 19-10 vote. It would obligateInternet providers to retain customers’ Internet Protocol addresses for a year. ISPs “routinely purge these records, sometimes just days […]