Shouldn't it be the responsibility of parents to stop their kids looking at porn?

Shouldn't it be the responsibility of parents to stop their kids looking at porn?

Answer

Currently, families across Australia individually arrange for their own protection to content that most don’t want their children to see. eChildhood believes that this measure does not adequately comply with the laws and the needs of society for protection. Increasingly, pornography is being recognised as a public health crisis. A response is required by the whole of government and community - this includes parents, but it is beyond the capacity of parents alone to solve this problem.