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Porn sites are not doing enough to protect children, warns Ofcom

Porn sites are not doing enough to protect children, warns Ofcom


Porn sites are not doing enough to protect children, warns Ofcom

Porn sites are not doing enough to protect children, Ofcom has warned, with few bothering to do more than ask for visitors to self-declare that they are over 18.

Among the 19 video-sharing sites that the regulator has oversight of, OnlyFans is the only adult-focused site to have responded to regulation by adopting age verification for viewers, using a series of tools to keep children from signing up.

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