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Its a nice Sunday evening Genie and her 3rd grade son Mark are surfing the net looking for some information for Marks Dinosaur report After searching for a while they click on another link All of a sudden a horrible picture pops up onto the screen that depicts a man molesting two young boys Genie freaks out and slams the power switch on the computer horribly embarrassed and her son Mark is emotionally traumatized Now would this ever happen Probably not That is one of the Internets biggest problems and my villain popular misconception about the Internet I was probably on the Internet 5-6 hours a day almost every day this summer How many times did pornography of any sort sneak up on me unknowingly Not even once Contrary to popular belief no pornography is going to spring up on you unexpectedly for a few main reasons The first reason being that whoever is in charge of the site with pornography knows that it is illegal for his material to be viewed by minors That is why most pornography is in the property of online services which require a valid ID and usually a credit card to pay for their material much the way you would subscribe to a magazine Another reason is that extreme forms of pornography such as kiddy porn are illegal almost everywhere The people that are into these types of pornography know that what they are doing is wrong and do not want to be caught They cover up their actions and are usual very careful about whom they communicate with Another major misconception about the Internet is that it is a breeding place for child pornography The truth is that almost all of the pornography originates from magazines whether legal or not The pictures are then scanned into the computer to be distributed Remember the Internet is world wide there is no central headquarters
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