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  • 1 in 3 10-Year-Olds Access Porn

    Health experts gathered in Washington, D.C. this week to bring the epidemic of pornography access to children to the attention of Congress.



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    How many parents are tech-savvy enough to do something even as simple as change their router's DNS settings to block porn sites on your wi-fi? But, as easy is this swiss-cheese approach is, it's just as easy to bypass.

    If you subscribe to something like Netflix, your kids can access adult shows on such services. And, even if you don't subscribe, your kids can use a friend's Netflix account.

    When you get your kid a smartphone, they'll have access to porn with the data plan. Public wi-fi will give them access to porn.

    Back in the late 90s, I had expected that there would be a public outcry for solutions for parents as the general public learned about the Internet. As it is, it's simply impossible to protect your kids from porn. And, not just because of porn, but other adult, corrupting and sodomizing content. The outcry never happened. Since then, and for many reasons, I've just come to accept the general uselessness of the "Christian" community.

    Our Founding Fathers gave us a Christian country, at least to a very substantial degree, and this generation threw it all away.

    Consumers should be demanding better tools to protect their children.

    There are probably 10,000 Bible apps in the Google Play store. There are probably 10,000 apps that modify popular websites, such as removing clutter. But, try to find just one app that will filter out the "Gay & Lesbian" category on Hulu (something you can crudely do manually with an ad blocker). Try to find a website that that streams TV and movies, specializing in family-friendly content. Try to find a social network website that doesn't itself actively promote anti-Christian values. (There's the non-English startup Facegloria, but do they need to be so corny, and will it go anywhere.)
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