Parents can't protect kids from porn

Children and teens will almost inevitably be exposed to pornography despite the best efforts of parents, a cybersafety expert has warned.

Via SBS News

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Porn can be blocked, banned or ignored but it will eventually find your child, a cybersafety expert has warned.

Parents have their head in the sand if they think children won't be exposed to pornography, cybersafety expert Susan McLean said at a Sydney symposium.

"They will find it, it will find them or someone will show it to them," Ms McLean told AAP at the gathering of health professionals and child welfare experts on Tuesday. Click here to read more


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