Online pornography websites in the UK will be required by law to carry out strict age-verification checks on their users from July this year.
A former pornography business owner has said a move forcing people to prove their age to watch free online porn is an excuse to control the internet.
Films are set to have stricter classifications in order to reflect the public’s view on sex and violence.
The Chief Executive of Get Safe Online, Tony Neate has said that “digital passports” for children to protect them from online porn, is a “measure that is long overdue”.
Sarah, the organiser of swinging and fetish events has said that “everything is quite sexualised” but that she does not find porn “offensive or degrading to women”.
A former pornography business owner has claimed there is "no causative link" between watching pornography and violent crime.
The person showed in the content being shared, mainly by teenagers, was 15 years old at the time of recording
An investigation into how allegations about Damian Green having pornography on his office computer came out is to take place
Political commentator Andy McSmith says asking Damian Green to leave really says something about Theresa May
Damian Green has resigned from the Cabinet over 'inaccurate and misleading' comments
Author Robert Peston says if Damian Green resigns Theresa May's office would be desperately shaken
Children as young as five have been excluded form school for sexual misconduct
Nino Amoroso's home was raided by police last year, they found that he had almost 300 pornographic films which involved young children
Alicia Bellette was with her 8-year-old daughter at home when she noticed four notifications on her daughter's iPad which she found quite disturbing
A German spy who was using an Islamist militant chat room to plan a bomb attack, also used his chat room name in gay porn films
Jerry Barnett, a former pornography business owner, said 'we don't need the government' to ensure children don't log onto porn websites
Shadow minister Sarah Champion has called for children as young as five to be educated about pornography and relationships
John Carr welcomes government plans to protect under 18's from online porn