What can be done to protect our children? In 2003, a law was passed to protect children that required tobacco companies to add warning labels to all tobacco products. Since then, tobacco use in the United States has declined substantially. Similarly, our legislative solution requires those creating, posting, and distributing graphic sexual content online to tag the content at its source so filters can more effectively protect children.
Our solution puts parents back in control by allowing them to create a clean digital environment at home where children can safely explore the digital world. With labels or tags in place, existing technology can protect children from inadvertent or deliberate exposure, reducing minor’s unsolicited pornographic exposure by 95-99%. It is time to stop the vicious cycle of early exposure and long-term impacts that are affecting millions of our children.