Why internet filters are SO important at school and home. #ottnews #onted #onpoli #catholic


More on the lax OCSB filters that we discussed yesterday:



Read these articles about what has happened in last THREE years in UK!



Barnardo’s told the Commons science and technology committee 75% of referrals for child sex abuse are now internet-related – up from 20 per cent three years ago…


Unless such behaviour is tackled early, it could get worse in later life, she added. She told MPs: ‘Children are perpetrating sexual abuse against other children, which is an increasing concern for us…


Its research found the number of ‘self-generated’ child sexual abuse images and videos – ie, filmed by the victims – has soared nearly 400 per cent in one year. 




Across Britain, the police received almost 30,000 reports of sexual assaults by children on other children over the past four years, including 2,625 allegedly on school grounds.



What does Ontario 2015 sex ed say?? Give up on filters, try to get tweens with little frontal cortex (judgement) to not share nudes..

“The guide advises parents that blocking Internet content is “typically ineffective” for older children and youth, and says the focus should be on helping kids develop skills for thinking critically about what they see online.”






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We are convinced that  open-access cellphones and tablets for tweens and teens are the biggest spiritual threat to our home.
They bring sexting, bullying, porn, depression to kids. They may never recover.
Cellphones can access porn via OCSB Ottawa Catholic wifi, McDonalds Wifi, cell data plans, etc
Here are some more relevant articles:
Instagram and Fashion:
Over 70% of parents haven’t placed Internet controls or filters on their computers or technological devices—and their kids will—I repeat, will—find porn, view porn, and perhaps even become addicted to porn.
Twenge’s study found kids who spent three hours or more a day on smartphones or other electronic devices were 34% more likely to suffer at least one suicide-related outcome—including feeling hopeless or seriously considering suicide—than kids who used devices two hours a day or less. Among kids who used electronic devices five or more hours a day, 48% had at least one suicide-related outcome.



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