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Phylicia Henry of Courtney's House DC speaks about online child safety at the "Protecting Children from Online Exploitation" national symposium

Industry Experts Sound Alarm on Emerging Threats to Online Child Safety

Online child safety should be top of mind for all of us—not just parents. We protect children from undue harm and exploitation from harmful industries elsewhere—such as the tobacco industry—but our systems and laws have not kept pace with technological advancement and our children’s well-being is at severe risk as a result. That reality was…

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The inner workings of a smartphone representing the manufacturing of smart devices

Model Legislation Would Put Responsibility on Manufacturers to Make Phones Safer for Kids

Cars must have seatbelts, pill bottles must have child-safe caps, and cigarettes must have warning labels and cannot be sold to children. But for some reason virtually every pre-teen in America is given a smartphone–a device capable of communicating with people across the globe, accessing virtually any form of information, and taking and sending photos…

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Person using laptop in the dark with shadow behind them representing the shadowy and looming threat of Google and Mozilla/Cloudflare's move toward centralized DoH

Google’s Centralized DoH Plan Could Grow Online Child Sexual Abuse and Break Safety Filters

From high speed Internet, 4G/5G, smartphones, streaming media, social media apps, to TOR and centralized DoH the amazing technological advances revolutionizing our daily lives have also been adapted—with incredibly devastating “success”—to further criminal and sexually exploitative ends. It’s been more than 20 years since I first became involved in the movement to end sexual exploitation….

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Powerful Discussion Tool, “Critical Porn Analysis,” Breaks Down How Porn’s Proliferation Impacts All People

Pornography is not a new issue. However, with the rise of the Internet in the 20th century, obtaining pornography only requires a simple Google search. Sometimes it doesn’t even take any effort at all, as Internet users frequently stumble upon it by accident on social media or with unrelated online searches. The fact of the…

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Podcast: Is Pornography Really an “Industry?”

Ep. 21: Special guest, Dr. Gail Dines analyzes the big business behind porn. While popular Internet pornography today seems like it is being mass produced by thousands of companies, the reality is that there is a porn monopoly. Could this be good news? On this episode of the “Sexploitation?” podcast, Dr. Dines provides key insights into the…

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Almost 11,000 Emails Have Been Sent to Comcast, Demanding Removal of Porn

Comcast is Hearing Your Voice Through This Action – Keep the Pressure on Them and Email Their Executives Here to Ask Them to Stop Selling Pornographic Channels and On-Demand Films. As of today, Comcast executives have received 10,839 emails through our action campaign, demanding that they stop peddling pornography via its video-on-demand and premium channel services. Keep…

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Video: Twitter Needs To Address the Pornography, Prostitution, and Child Pornography on Its Platform

Watch Our Video about Twitter Here:   While many know Twitter as an innovator in social media communication, for years it has facilitated the distribution of copious amounts of hardcore pornography and aided in the promotion of prostitution. Media reports suggest that as many as 10 million Twitter accounts may include explicit sexual content. Twitter’s…

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You Can Tell Roku to Stop Streaming Sexual Exploitation

Roku is a popular streaming service that lets people bring TV, movies, and music into their homes. Unfortunately, this streaming service also facilitates hardcore pornography. Through “private” or “hidden” channel offerings, Roku allows well-known pornography companies to utilize its brand and technology to stream hardcore pornography. Similar companies like Amazon FireTV and Apple TV have remained…

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ARTICLE: Pornhub launches a Roku channel, says the ‘potential reach of this partnership is huge’

Originally Published: Talking New Media, by D.B. Hebbard, April 2016 … Roku has had an app store for a lot longer than Apple, and some publishers have experimented with the store by launching channel apps that contain video files. Bonnier’s Saveur and TIME magazine are examples, though neither app channel is very enticing. Now Pornhub…

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This YouTube Loophole is Benefiting Pirates and Pornographers

Internet pirates and pornographers are taking advantage of a YouTube loophole that shields them from content review. For years YouTube has insisted that its policies prohibit sexually explicit material like pornography. Of course, this claim has always fallen flat against the virtually countless pornographic videos that are easily accessible on the video-sharing platform. There are several reasons…

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