Everyday children and young people are exposed to pornographic and offensive images online. We think children should have the right to surf the internet safely.
Internet service providers could solve the problem by blocking pornography at network level whilst giving adults a choice to 'opt-in' to this content.
Make your voice heard by signing the petition opposite. Together we can protect children's innocence online.
Claire Perry MP commends Safetynet campaign supporters // July 2013
Advisor on the Commercialisation and Sexualisation of Childhood and MP for Devizes, Claire Perry- charged with guiding this initiative through Parliament recently cited the efforts of the Safetynet campaign supporters as being instrumental in bringing this issue to the Government's attention. Read more.
Safetynet campaign victory to block on-line porn by default! // July 2013
Every household in the UK is to have pornography blocked by their internet provider unless they choose to receive it. And it's thanks, in no small part, to a campaign to protect children from hard core violence and abusive images by Premier Christian Media's Safetynet initiative, launched at the beginning of 2012, in conjunction with partners Safermedia. Read more.
Significant progress regarding online child protection // June 2013
June has been a momentous month with significant progress being made at parliamentary level re. protecting children and young people from being exposed to pornography and other harmful content online. Read more.
Report reveals the effect of pornography on children // May 2013
A new study by the Children's Commissioner for England has found a clear link between the amount of pornography viewed by young people and an increase in risky sexual behaviour. Read more.
Support Baroness Howe's Online Safety Bill // May 2013
The National Association of Head teachers recent survey shows that 9 out of 10 parents would like to see online pornography automatically blocked by Government- a proposal included in Baroness Howe's Online Safety Bill. Find out how you can support it here.
Safetynet Campaign Update // March 2013
The Safetynet campaign has made real progress over the past year, but we still need your help in order to make opt-in filtering a reality. Read more.
Safetynet Campaign Supports Safer Internet Day 2013 // February 2013
The Safetynet campaign are pleased to be supporting the Safer Internet Day initiative which is now in its 10th year. The initiative brings together organisations from across the globe to promote greater online safety for all. Read more.
Government announces series of new child protection measures // December 2012
The Government announced a series of measures which mark a significant step forward in Online Child Protection. All these announcements mark significant improvements in ensuring our children and young people are kept safer online and once implemented, could see the UK leading the world in internet safety! Find out what they are here.
Contact your local MP to support the Online Safety Bill // November 2012
Earlier this year, Baroness Elspeth Howe of Idlicote sponsored an Online Safety Bill in the House of Lords. The Bill was first introduced in April, with its second reading expected on November 9th. Please show your support for Baroness Howe's efforts by contacting your local MP to support the Online Safety Bill.
Safetynet Campaign: Jahaziel - 'Theft of My Innocence' // September 2012
Written exclusively for the Safetynet campaign, MOBO award winning Gospel rapper Jahaziel shares his testimony, through song, of his early exposure to pornography and the subsequent effects it had on his views of women, his relationships and even his marriage at one point. 'Theft of my Innocence', produced by Grammy nominated Producer Steven Abramsamadu ,is a powerful account of how Jahaziel overcame his struggle in this area and found freedom through Jesus Christ. Jahaziel aims to encourage young people to speak out on this issue and to inspire them to overcome their struggles and live a pure life.
To download the track right click on the following link and select 'download target'.Download Track.
Your chance to contribute to an important consultation on Internet Safety // July 2012
Last month the Government launched a public consultation about the best ways of protecting children online. We want as many people as possible to participate in the consultation to ensure that, ultimately, the Government takes the necessary steps to protect children from pornography and other harmful content online. Find out more.
New Campaign Video: Would you stand for this?
What's the Harm? The impact of pornography on adolescent brain development
Click here to listen to the recording of this recent seminar at the House of Commons.
To protect children I call on the Government to force Internet Service Providers to make accessing pornography an adult only opt-in service.
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