How easy is it to find porn?

Dead easy.

I mean, really really really easy. And not just images, full blown hardcore videos which are pretty disturbing to even the most open of minds.

So, we’re going to list a few (of the many) steps that your child might take to access porn. Also check out our guide on how kidsĀ circumvent parental controls.

Well known sites

There are lots of well known sites which are simply full of free porn. Simply typing “porn” into google brings back a massive list (especially with safe search turned off). You can visit places such as youporn.com, pornhub.com, redtube.com, xhamster.com. These have a massive repository of thousands, if not millions of hours of porn videos. Porn is so common these days that you no longer need to pay for it. These sites make their money through advertising, many of which serve up malicious adverts, so the chances are if you are watching porn on the same computer that you do your internet banking on, you might be missing a few quid in the near future.

Parental controls on your computer and from your ISP (BT, TalkTalk, Sky etc) will go some way to preventing access and we highly recommend ensuring you enable this.

Twitter

So, twitter is just about sharing your views and opinions yes? Oh, and posting nude pictures of yourself or retweeting the latest porn video. Simply go to twitter and search for your favourite sexual word, click “photos” and there you are.

You don’t even have to be so explicit

Try searching the word “couple” and then click “accounts” in the search results. I’m presented with @kinkywildcpl and @younghornycpl who like to share amateur pictures of themselves. There are hundreds of these types of accounts, twitter is unlikely to be on your blocked list and the term “couple” hardly triggers any explicit content rules

Google Safe Search

By default, google safe search is turned on, and searching google images for the term “pussy” brings up lots of pictures of kittens (all though look hard enough and you will still find explicit content). Clicking the little cog in the top right corner allows you to turn safe search off, dramatically changing your search results. Google do offer the ability to lock safesearch which goes some way to help, but it is easy to circumvent this.

Sharing

Chances are, your child’s friends will access porn and share the images they find via one of the myriad of mobile applications these days. This is extremely difficult to monitor or block. The NSPCC has a great page on keeping children safe

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