Sunday, February 25, 2007

Blogger Power: Safeguard the Web for Children

The Blogger Power Logo by Evie Milo

I learnt about the above-mentioned project through one of Eastcoastlife's posts. The initiators of the project are Jon Harmon, founder of Force for Good, and Mihaela Lica of Pamil Visions.

Here's the message:

A Request To All Webmasters Of Adult Sites:

Please require a password-protected login before allowing even free access to explicit adult content. We understand that selling porn is your business and we respect your right to make a legal living. But understand our legitimate concerns and work with us. You already have the “warning adult content” on your websites. Yet kids, who are not legal customers of your product, ignore the warning. So to prevent them from having direct access to explicit images, texts and sounds, the simplest way is to have a password-protected login. No more “free tours” before a visitor supplies basic information.

Learn more about the Blogger Power: Safeguard the Web for Children project here:

If you would like, please support the cause.


eastcoastlife said...

Thank you so much PY for supporting the cause.

Will be away for 2 weeks from tomorrow morning. Take care and God bless you!


Rose said...

Please explain to this Mother how posting this letter on our blogs will safe guard the web for our kids? Do you think that 4.2 million pornographic websites online and a 4.9 billion dollar industry is going to listen to us? I applaud their efforts, but it is going to take parents lobbying together and contacting those in office that can make the changes to safe guard our children.