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The UK Council for Child Internet Safety will draw up a list of approved sites offering advice about topics such as sex and drugs

TalkTalk chief backs online porn blocking

Dido Harding, chief executive of broadband provider TalkTalk, today said she supported moves to automatically block pornography from the internet.

David Cameron is facing serious questions over how his plan for automatic internet 'porn filters' in every British home would work

Attempts to filter the internet in other countries show the difficulties for David Cameron's plans

Filtering the internet abroad has led to censorship and increased surveillance

Porn is about fantasy sex - and the truth is that some women have rape fantasies. But this is very different from the real thing

It does not mean we would enjoy being raped, or that we deserve to be raped. Let's not teach teenagers that Planet Porn is inextricable from the Real World

Don't ban 'rape porn' - introduce more porn with negotiation and boundary-setting

Banning rape porn will not make it go away, but send it underground where we are less able to observe the safety of performers

David Cameron is facing serious questions over how his plan for automatic internet 'porn filters' in every British home would work

This Government doesn't understand technology. The attempt to block porn proves it

Cameron's plan is an unworkable sop to the Tory right

This article wouldn’t get past a public filter, Mr Cameron

In 20 years of internet use, I’ve never once stumbled on images or videos of child abuse

It's hard to block online porn. But in my experience, it's more than worth it

The power to improve filters is in the hands of Google and co. They should use it

David Cameron announced that possessing pornography that depicts simulated rape is to become a criminal offence in England and Wales as he pledges to make Britain a place where there is a 'sense of right and wrong'

David Cameron to announce crackdown on violent internet porn

Prime Minister urges internet giants to ‘blacklist’ search terms and pledges to step up fight against extreme material

Concerned: Cameron will say internet firms aid people in a criminal act by allowing porn to be posted

Prime Minister David Cameron to press Google over ‘complicity’ in porn 

Prime Minister says firms are not doing enough to tackle the menace of internet pornography

Unspoken: Netmums’ Siobhan Freegard says child mental health is a taboo subject

Know your own children? Not well enough

Parents are often wide of the mark when it comes to their youngsters’ fears

Most porn-on-demand services are beyond UK regulation, warns watchdog

Most porn on demand services available to British internet users are operated from outside the UK putting them beyond UK regulation, a regulator has warned.

A man looks at his Apple iPad in front an Apple logo outside an Apple store in downtown Shanghai March 16, 2012. REUTERS/Aly Song

Apple sued for 'enabling porn addiction'

36-year-old Chris Sevier blames the company for his wife leaving him

The Tor software system has built a reputation as the 'dark internet' – an ungoverned and seemingly ungovernable space where web users can surf with complete anonymity.

'Active Choice+' vs 'Default On': how Cameron’s crackdown on internet pornography became a rebranding exercise

Government demands firms vocally back its preferred online protection measures

Offbeatr aims to democratise porn

Offbeatr: Finally, a chance to fund your own porn film

Want to see a Game of Thrones-style orgy get made? Chip in five quid. Or an X-rated comic book featuring robots? Why not pledge a tenner?

Call a domestically violent and abusive relationship 'volatile'? Your sympathy is with the perpetrator

Language matters. It's time we reframing the conversation around domestic and sexual abuse to stop blaming victims

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