Facebook Privacy Settings

Facebook Privacy Settings

Facebook has recently changed its privacy controls to let users determine who gets to see pictures, comments, videos, and other material in profiles. If you have a Facebook account, I’d recommend you take some time to review and update your personal privacy...

Winning the War on Pornography

According to 2010 statistics, the average age a child is first exposed to Internet pornography is 8 years old.  90% of 12-17-year-old boys have viewed pornography online, most while doing homework. Additionally, recent medical findings indicate that even one exposure...
LDS Church Launches Combating Pornography Web Site

LDS Church Launches Combating Pornography Web Site

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has launched a Web site that provides resources for individuals, spouses, parents, youth, and leaders on how to avoid pornography or overcome the effects of its use.combat pornography. CombatingPornography.org (later...

Internet Filtering and Accountability Programs

Many have asked me for a list of good Internet filters and accountability programs. Everyone has their favorites, but here’s my short list of filters: K9 Web Protection (free) x3watch.com (free and paid versions) OpenDNS (free and paid versions) Content...
Protecting Families from Pornography Conference

Protecting Families from Pornography Conference

The Utah Coalition Against Pornography will hold its 9th Annual Conference on Protecting Children and Families from Pornography and Other Harmful Material on Saturday, March 27, 2010, 9:00am – 1:00pm, at the Little America Hotel in Salt Lake City, Utah. This...

Chatroulette

Chatroulette is the weirdest new Internet pastime. The site pairs you with a random videochat partner. You can choose to videochat with that random stranger or click on to the next. Fox News describes Chatroulette as a “predator’s paradise.”...
Cyber Safety Fairs

Cyber Safety Fairs

See Ken Knapton’s Facebook page “Cyber Safety: Maintaining Morality in a Digital World.” He’s sponsoring several safety events along the Wasatch Front over the next few...
Fight the New Drug: Pornography

Fight the New Drug: Pornography

Update Feb. 12, 2014: See Free Program for Youth to Overcome Pornography Fight the New Drug (FightTheNewDrug.org) is a youth-oriented, non-profit organization dedicated to raising global awareness on the addictive and harmful potential of pornography. Started by four...
Kids’ Access to Media

Kids’ Access to Media

Parents have a tough job these days. Kids have access to more media than you can imagine. And not all of it is kid-friendly. How in the world can you stay on top of it all? This video from Good Morning America has some good advice. Every parent should take a few...
Conference on the Affects of Pornography on the Brain

Conference on the Affects of Pornography on the Brain

Conference on the Affects of Pornography on the Brain in Pocatello, Idaho Falls, and Rexburg, Idaho. Last year, we told you about an anti-pornography conference in Idaho. The promotional video about that conference was viewed nearly 53,000 times! This year’s...

Overcoming Pornography

In the last LDS general conference, Elder Scott spoke powerfully about the evils of pornography. Here are some resources that may be of help to those who have a pornography problem or are interested in helping in the fight to curtail the availability of pornography:...

Pornography: The Perfect Sin

I blogged recently about Covenant Eyes filtering and accountability software. I just watched a video about it (embedded below), and the first part of the video makes a great point: pornography is the perfect sin. Imagine creating the perfect sin: one that would tear...

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