A cross-party group of more than sixty Members of the Houses of Parliament has announced the formation of a Parliamentary Inquiry into Online Child Protection. The inquiry will take evidence over the next few months from parents, child protection experts, internet experts and chief executives or senior managers of many of Britain’s largest internet service providers. The group will report to ministers in November.
Parents are understandably worried about the ease with which their children can view pornographic content on the internet and this inquiry will provide the ideal platform for all interested parties to discuss how best we can protect our children online.
25th August 2011