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Student Online S-A-F-E-T-Y: Is your school making the grade?

Covid has laid bare many social truths—not least how truly essential our teachers and our schools are to the health and wellbeing of our children, our families, our communities. Parents and guardians across the nation developed a deeper appreciation for the many challenges our teachers face as they were thrust into the role of teacher…

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Progress! Google Images Improves Search, Decreases Unwanted Porn Exposure

This time last year, Google Images, the site used by most people to find photos on the Internet, exposed children to countless graphic hardcore pornography images in less than 1 second, even for innocent or educational searches. Searches for basic anatomical terms did not yield scientific drawings but instead returned endless pages of images of…

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7th Grade Girl Exposed to Porn on School Device

Excerpt from ky3 Some Springfield parents are concerned about inappropriate material that’s accessible on their children’s school-issued Chromebooks. They contacted KY3 News about those concerns, specifically that pornography being viewed by young children in an ad at the bottom of a web page. “I started teaching in public schools over 20 years ago, and for…

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Google Images Returns Pornographic Results in Less Than 1 Second

When someone types a keyword into the search bar of Google Images, they don’t expect to see pornography and sexually explicit images on the first page of results. But unfortunately, despite some steps forward, that’s still happening. PROGRESS We thank Google for recently making a change we have long asked for–placing the SafeSearch option in…

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Parents Outraged as 11-Year-Old Student Exposed to Porn on School Computer

Excerpt from wsoctv. Parents from Union County in North Carolina are furious after learning children were able to access pornography on their school-issued laptops in class. A mother called Channel 9 after two separate incidents at Parkwood Middle School, in Monroe, last week. The mother, who did not want to be identified, said her 11-year-old…

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NCOSE confirms child erotica & pedo ring on YouTube. TAKE ACTION.

YouTube is a facilitator of child sexual exploitation by allowing a softcore pedophilia ring to flourish on their site. YouTube has consistently failed to take full responsibility for the cleaning up of this issue, often putting forward lackluster solutions. Spread the message that it’s time to #WakeUpYouTube. Advertisers like Walt Disney Co., Nestle, Fortnite, and AT&T…

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VIRAL VIDEO: YouTube is Facilitating the Sexual Exploitation of Children, and it’s Being Monetized (2019)

  Prominent YouTube personality MattsWhatItIs is shedding light on the prominence of child sexual exploitation on the YouTube platform. Within 15 hours of uploading his video, there are 678,000 views. Over the past 48 hours I have discovered a wormhole into a soft-core pedophilia ring on Youtube. Youtube’s recommended algorithm is facilitating pedophiles’ ability to connect with…

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HOW-TO GUIDE: Turning on Google’s SafeSearch and Restricted Mode

Without a third-party filter or at least utilizing built-in search features like Google’s SafeSearch mode, kids searching innocently on the Internet to better understand the world around them, will be exposed to hardcore pornographic images. A search of the term “sex” in Google Images yields hundreds of thousands of hardcore pornography images, depicting sex acts…

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5 Angry Parents Speak Up About Unprotected School-issued Chromebooks

The National Center on Sexual Exploitation has heard numerous stories in recent years of children being exposed to hardcore and softcore pornography at school and on school-issued devices. Sometimes, the schools have inadequate, outdated, or poorly managed filters in place at the school level (check out our project to address this here). Sometimes, the problems…

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