Pornhub ‘strongly opposes’ Government’s proposed porn crackdown

NewsHub 7 September 2019
Family First Comment: “We strongly oppose the New Zealand Government making any legislative changes as it pertains to how people watch porn,” Pornhub vice president Corey Price told Newshub. “It is our corporate responsibility as part of the global tech community to promote ethical and responsible behaviour.” 
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Pornhub says it “strongly opposes” the Government’s proposed crackdown on porn.

Internal Affairs Minister Tracey Martin has warned of an “avalanche of pornography” bombarding young people, and the Government is considering sweeping changes to stop kids accessing adult material.

This could include a New Zealand-wide R18 porn filter – where residents will have to provide age ID to have access to porn websites.

“We have to move quickly and as quickly as possible and in the most appropriate way to make sure we are protecting our children and young people,” Martin said at the end of last month.

But Pornhub says it already takes action to prevent young people from accessing its material, and the law changes could lead to fewer parents monitoring what their children are watching.

“We strongly oppose the New Zealand Government making any legislative changes as it pertains to how people watch porn,” Pornhub vice president Corey Price told Newshub.

“It is our corporate responsibility as part of the global tech community to promote ethical and responsible behaviour.”
READ MORE: https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2019/09/pornhub-strongly-opposes-government-s-proposed-porn-crackdown.html
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