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Call Comcast Executives! Join Us For An Action Blitz Against This Mainstream Pornography Distributor

Join us for our call blitz to tell Comcast to stop selling hardcore pornography!   Comcast is a well-respected mainstream company that provides cable TV, high-speed Internet, and Xfinity video-on-demand. However, Comcast is also a major distributor of hardcore pornography. Through its on-demand videos and premium channel services, Comcast sells pornography with racist themes, incest themes, and teen themes. We […]

2017 Dirty Dozen: Comcast

We Found More Than 50 Sexually Graphic Articles On This School Database In 50 Minutes

*Warning: sexually graphic material discussed, and brief sexualized images are shown in this video. Those of you who have been following our Dirty Dozen List campaign about EBSCO know that this online library database is exposing elementary and middle school students to pornographic and sexually explicit results in online educational resources they’re using for their […]

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2017 Dirty Dozen List – MASTER

Investigative Report: School Resources Exposing Children to Explicit Material

WATCH THE VIDEO HERE WBRC FOX6 News – Birmingham, AL An investigative report is already making waves, and instigating change. WBRC Fox6 News recently did an exposé about EBSCO Information Services, a school online library database that is on the National Center on Sexual Exploitation’s Dirty Dozen List for its role in exposing elementary and middle school […]

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2017 Dirty Dozen List: EBSCO

Google Lobbies in Support of Backpage.com, A Known Facilitator of Sex Trafficking

Written by Margo Davison with Lisa Thompson A coalition of groups spearheaded by California-based Consumer Watchdog released an incriminating report entitled How Google’s Backing of Backpage Protects Child Sex Trafficking. The report exposes Google’s multipronged efforts to defend Backpage.com, a website notorious for facilitating prostitution and sex trafficking of women and children. About Backpage With […]

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2017 Dirty Dozen: Backpage.com

BREAKING: Google is a Mainstream Supporter of Sex Traffickers

Report Reveals Google Support of Backpage.com Yesterday a coalition of consumer and anti-trafficking advocates released a report documenting that Google has financially backed the efforts of digital rights groups to defend Backpage.com—a website notorious for facilitating prostitution and sex trafficking—from numerous legal challenges. The report cited evidence that Google and the groups it financially supports have […]

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2017 Dirty Dozen: Backpage.com

Victories Since our Meeting with Google Three Years Ago

Thanks to Facebook Memories, I was just reminded of a major turning point in the fight to defend human dignity. Three years ago, today, our organization set up a meeting with leaders at Google and invited key allies to join us. This meeting has led to monumental changes, not only at Google directly, but also in making […]

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#ComcastCares? Then Why Does It Sell Sexually Exploitive Material?

Saturday, #ComcastCaresDay began trending on Twitter as Comcast launched its annual corporate volunteer event. As the hashtag began climbing, though, the National Center on Sexual Exploitation addressed the irony that although Comcast claims to care about building communities, it also has defending selling pornography with racist, sexist, and violent themes. NCOSE spoke out on Twitter, […]

2017 Dirty Dozen: Comcast

Carl’s Jr. Will No Longer Produce Racy, Sexist Ads

Carl’s Jr., one of four brands under CKE Restaurants including Hardee’s, has announced that it will stop producing racy ads for their fast food products. CKE Restaurant CEO Andy Puzder has claimed that the reason for the change in marketing strategy is that millennial men care more about “where do you source your beef” than […]

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Twitter’s XXX Legacy

Methods of communication have changed drastically over the past decade, and social media sites such as Twitter boast a stronger and more ubiquitous presence than ever before. Tweeting and replying to tweets between friends, as well as following Tweets from celebrities has been popular since 2006 when the social media platform was first created. However, […]

2017 Dirty Dozen: Twitter

Twitter Takes Largest Stand Against Cyber-based Sexual Harassment Yet

As first reported by HeatStreet, Twitter is now blocking several pornography-related search terms—particularly from results in the “Photos” and “Videos” section of the social media platform. Now when users type in hashtags or keywords traditionally associated with pornography, they get this message: Why is this important? Twitter has come under fire recently for the vast […]

2017 Dirty Dozen: Twitter

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