About This Project
Our goal is make schools and libraries safe places, free from pornography and exploitation. Many schools and public libraries have either no or inadequate filtering software in place on their computers.Learn More About Us...
Do you want to do something about pornography in your local schools and public libraries? You can be a leader in your area! We have many resources to help you. Please send us your name, address and phone number if you’re interested and we will send you a “Getting Started” packet. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out the form here.Interested In Helping? Contact us here.
The Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA) is a federal law enacted by Congress to address concerns about access to offensive content over the Internet on school and library computers.Get The Facts Here...
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I Want To Help!
Are you interested in learning more about what you can do in your community? Download or Contact us and we’ll send you a “Getting Started” packet. It often just takes a concerned parent or citizen to ask for filters to be installed. You can lead the effort in your area! We have many tools and resources to help you.
Articles About Pornography In Libraries
- Yakima Libraries to ‘block’ adult websites after community pressure
- San Francisco Libraries Officially Allow People to View Porn
- Ernest Istook: Libraries Need Not Expose Kids To Porn
- Libraries vs. police in a suit sparked by porn – Kent, WA
- Librarian Suit: Computer Porn-Use Led To Groping While Children Present – Birmingham, AL
- Internet Porn Statistics at Dallas Central Library Prompt City Concern
- Homeless Men Caught Watching Porn At Laguna Beach, CA Library, Patrons Say
- Fan of Library Porn Admits Raping Little Girl In Library Bathroom – Philadelphia, PA
- D.C. Public Library: Please don’t watch porn on our computers
- Grand Jury Again Pushes Porn Filter For Santa Rosa, CA Library
- Denver Post Editorial: Library No Place For Pornography
Articles About Pornography In Schools
- ACLU Bullying Schools Into Allowing Porn Access On Computers?
- Students Accused of Sending Porn Via School-Issued Laptops
- Middle school teacher accused of watching porn in class
- Ex-Brighton choir teacher charged with soliciting student, exposing to pornography
Videos About This Issue In Libraries & Schools
Videos: Expert Testimony About Harms Of Porn
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