November 17, 2014

Ask McDonald’s and Starbucks to block porn

Parents, corporate America and law enforcement must share the responsibility to protect the younger generations, and we must do so now — together.

McDonald’s and Starbucks have already implemented pornography filters in their UK locations, but more than 25,000 locations in the US are unprotected. Many reports explain that customers are accessing pornography and child pornography on the free wifi provided by these popular businesses, thus exposing children and other customers who frequent these establishments.

We are joining with Internet safety expert, Enough Is Enough, to call on the CEOs of McDonald’s and Starbucks to join the fight to prevent the sexual exploitation of children. 18,000 signatures have already been collected under EIE’s leadership. 7,000 more are needed though. CAN YOU HELP US GET THERE?

Will you sign the petition right away

and then please ask 5 contacts to sign it too?

Ever grateful for your partnership in these efforts!

Dawn Hawkins

Executive Director, Morality in Media and PornHarms.com

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