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Kids in the UK win with Age Verification - 2019 Rollout

The UK Government is implementing an Age Verification system to prevent young people under the age of 18 from accessing online pornography. Liz Walker, Director of Health Education at Culture Reframed, explains how the initiative will work. (Liz is also Deputy Chair of eChildhood).

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eChildhood applauds Tumblr for removing pornography

Tumblr has announced they will remove adult content from its platform from December 17, 2018, a move that eChildhood applauds. 

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UK: It’s time for a public health campaign about harmful online porn

The Women And Equalities select committee has published its report on sexual harassment towards girls and women.

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New Research: Porn Leading to Sexual Violence in Youth

It’s hard to fathom how violent porn has become, and what it is doing to our kids and youth.

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Online Child Protection - A Nationwide Approach

We love the hive of activity throughout National Child Protection week. The targeted focus of "Protecting children is everyone’s business", inspired the tagline for our landmark 2017 Porn Harms Kids Report: protecting our kids from online pornography harms is everyone's business.

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Porn addiction with EIGHT year olds

Experts in the field now claim porn addiction is affecting children as young as eight and are uncertain how to solve the problem.

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Essential conversations for every parent about the rape in 13 Reasons Why

It's no secret that 13 Reasons Why is an opportunity for every parent to have a conversation with their teen. 

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Facebook and YouTube are the worst offenders

A striking league table has shown that Facebook and YouTube are the worst offenders when it comes to exposing children to some of the darkest and most adult themes on the internet.

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Helping families navigate the fallouts from pornography

When families are supported with services, resources, education and strategies, children gain tools to develop into thriving members of community. Modern parenting presents unique challenges, particularly with children’s easy accessibility to harmful online pornography. To counteract disconnection, families need more support than ever to provide positive alternatives and a safe haven for kids. - Liz Walker

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The case for age verification for pornography sites

This update is courtesy of John Carr, Secretary for the UK Children's Charities' Coalition on Internet Safety.

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