Half of employees watch adult content on devices they use for work
Remote work blurs lines as 51% mix adult content with job devices, Kaspersky reveals.
Security survey: The internet’s for porn… and gaming
Report: 72% fear staff misuse work phones; mobile threats soar, inc. non-email phishing.
The age of pornography: Kiwi student takes a look
Auckland's Ashlee-Ann Sneller delves into youth porn habits, highlighting the educational and policy implications of her pivotal research.
Conservative Party applauds Israel’s porn block
Conservative Party heralds Israel's new measure blocking porn as a 'common sense' solution for societal issues.
Slingshot launches anti-porn control switch
New Zealand ISP Slingshot rolls out a potent parental control tool, addressing Kiwi parents' concerns over kids' exposure to online smut.
Sex, drugs and cybercrime - what are we doing about it?
Experts sound the alarm on online child safety, calling for immediate action to address the sinister realities facing teens on the web.
Auckland Council WiFi - gateway to 'objectionable' material
The Auckland Council defends its free WiFi service after reports of pornography being accessed. Blocking software is not foolproof.
Facebook faces child porn probe
Australian watchdog group accuses the social networking site of allowing child pornography through the creation of new pages.
New dawn for internet porn
Adult content marked .xxx goes live, but will it stop pornography filtering into the mainstream?.
Porn yes, vids & music, no
Downloading porn is okay, but downloading copyrighted video or music is less so, according to a new survey.