Overwhelming parental support for automatic porn block plus support Baroness Howe's Online Safety Bill

A recent study by Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) warned that the growing availability of high-speed internet around the world is likely to increase the threat of sexual abuse to children. This comes as 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, which was given its first reading in the House of Lords last month. Listen here for more information.

How you can get involved

If you would like to support Baroness Howe's Bill why not write a letter to a peer urging them to support the Bill and push for it to get a second reading before summer recess.

Step 1: Choose a peer from the list below, who are likely to be supportive of the proposals.
Step 2: Download the template letter, produced by Safermedia, and use this as a basis to write your own. Please ensure you re-write the letter in your own words. Please also use the correct title when writing to the Peer for example Dear Lord Alton.
Step 3: Send the letter by post to the following address: House of Lords, Parliament Square, London SW1A 0PW

List of Peers

Sign the Petition

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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