Despite numerous victories, the battle to protect children and families from harmful and illegal hardcore pornography has been long and hard. Today, thanks to the advent of not only the Internet, but web-enabled devices from iPods to cellphones, to video games, illegal pornography are more prevalent and more accessible by children. There is new program out, Internet Safety 101, produced by our friends at Enough is Enough, which is training parents, youth leaders and even law enforcement officers on how to best protect children from illegal obscenity, child predators and even peer-to-peer issues like sexting and bullying. Donna Rice Hughes, CEO and President of Enough is Enough, spoke with Dr. Janice Crouse, Senior Fellow and Director of CWA’s Beverly LaHaye Institute, about Internet Safety 101.
Internet Safety 101
Internet Safety 101 By: CWALAC Staff - 9/29/2011