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To Filter Public WiFi, Or Not? Starbucks and the Librarian of Congress Weigh In

As the Republican National Committee moves to recognize pornography as a public health crisis, high profile corporations and individuals are distancing themselves from pornography.  McDonald’s, Starbucks, and Dr. Carla Hayden—the newly confirmed Librarian of Congress—have noted the necessity of filtering pornography out of public WiFi in public statements. A McDonald’s spokesperson stated: “McDonald’s is committed…


STATEMENT: McDonald’s Filters Pornography Out, New WiFi Policy

Statement by Dawn Hawkins, Executive Director of NCOSE Washington, DC – In response to public requests, McDonald’s is filtering pornography from WiFi in its corporate-owned restaurants, and has made the same service available to its franchisees. This is the result of a campaign spearheaded by Enough is Enough in partnership with the National Center on…


McDonald’s Restaurants Can Now Filter Out Pornography on their WiFi

Thank McDonald’s Here: The National Center on Sexual Exploitation partnered with Enough is Enough on their campaign to get McDonalds and Starbucks to filter their public WiFi to prevent access to pornography. Over 50,000 of you signed our petition for #PornFreeWifi, and while Starbucks has yet to reply, McDonald’s has heard your requests! In the first quarter…