Independent Parliamentary Inquiry into Online Child Protection


This report by the cross-party Parliamentary Inquiry examined the current state of online child protection and reviewed the arguments for and against network-level filtering. The Inquiry Panel concluded that many children are easily accessing online pornography and that this exposure is having a negative impact on children’s attitudes to sex, relationships and body image. Leadership Briefing issue 6.11(71)

DATE: 16/05/2012
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