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An Open Letter to Bloggers Around the World: Help Make the Web Safer for Children

An Open Letter to Bloggers Around the World: Help Make the Web Safer for Children! But, you cannot control everything your children do, nor can you watch out for the children of others. All society is hurt when any children are exposed to pornographic images.

And children do need their private sphere. They need to be able to express themselves freely, without being afraid of having their intimacy invaded. And guess what might happen when they visit their friends?BloggerPower

Unfortunately, the deliberate decision by porn site operators to make their content easily accessible to children – and, in fact, by deliberately preying on children by creating domain names that are similar to the names of cartoon characters like Pokeman – leaves society no choice but to demand change.

So, again, what can we do?

For a Safer Web – We’re Calling Out Bloggers

We can unite our voices to send out a common sense request to all the “adult site” webmasters: Read more @ BloggersPower!

Please require a password-protected login before allowing even free access to . We understand that selling porn is your business and we respect your right to make a legal living. But understand our legitimate concerns and work with us. You already have the “warning adult content” on your websites. Yet kids, who are not legal customers of your product, ignore the warning. So to prevent them from having direct access to explicit images, texts and sounds, the simplest way is to have a login. No more “free tours” before a visitor supplies basic information.

It’s true that children might login as well, but not so many as one may think. The fear and shame of being caught are still crucial stoppers.

So we call out the bloggers and everyone else out there who cares enough to help us deliver this special appeal to porn webmasters. It might seem like a little step, but it’s not.

A password-protected login prevents small kids from having direct access to extreme images. It will not stop older kids from actually making accounts to the porn sites, but until the children reach the “let me make an account” age, we’ll have enough time (or should have enough time) to educate them.

OSA Editorial Comments:

I guess we don’t have to wonder where I stand this issue, to Help Make the Web Safer for Children has to be the only thing as a Internet family we sould be concerned about and what course of action we are going to do in the future to prosecute! The threat of the porn webmasters and online Predators is real and, if we can’t catch them and punish them for their crimes, how do we even stand of protecting our children.

We need to start making smut peddlers and the  &  of the Internet world pay with real punishment or real jail time! And we need to begin to say: “enough is enough” or scream out from the rooftops that
“Were not going to Take IT Anymore!!” 

Your Online Security Authority
Bill Wardell

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