[Air-l] Kids and porn content : also a "pull problem" ?

Serge Courrier serge.courrier at pobox.com
Thu May 16 02:50:01 PDT 2002


A new report of the National Research Council titled "Youth, pornography,
and the Internet" have just been edited.

See http://news.com.com/2102-1023-897591.html)
and
http://www4.nationalacademies.org/onpi/webextra.nsf/web/porn?OpenDocument

"The report's authors didn't take a stand on the various bills or on filters
themselves, but they said a single approach could give people a false sense
of security. The report also suggested that people have largely neglected
the education component."





----- Original Message -----
From: "Serge Courrier" <serge.courrier at pobox.com>
To: <air-l at aoir.org>
Sent: Wednesday, May 15, 2002 5:16 PM
Subject: [Air-l] Kids and porn content : also a "pull problem" ?


> Last year, an interessant study from Netvalue assumed that 20 % of
cyberkids
> visited pronography sites.
> http://uk.netvalue.com/presse/cp0055.htm
>
> Without ignoring the horror of cyberpedophilia and traumatisms potentially
> caused by porn contents on kids, I would like to know if you ever heared
of
> studies suggesting that porn content accessed by kids through Internet is
> not only a "push problem" (bad people trying to pervert youngsters), but
is
> also a "pull problem" (kids searching for porn).
>
> So porn content could be seen as an educational problem, not only a
security
> or legal problem.
>
> Any comments or URLs ?
>
> Best regards
>
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