How to protect your children from online porn: Experts warn of ‘potential epidemic’

Experts say that the spread of online porn, a key factor in the rise in internet addiction, could be a potential epidemic.

They warn that people could fall into a “mimicking porn-induced psychosis” and end up in hospital or prison.

They say the dangers are so great that it would be best to make the best of an opportunity.

Australian Federal Police (AFP) deputy commissioner Greg Hunt has been at the forefront of efforts to crack down on the illegal online distribution of pornographic material, particularly the distribution of “violent and pornographic material”.

He says he has received advice from experts, and says he wants to use the information to help law enforcement authorities.

Mr Hunt says the internet has been used as a “weapon of war” and that there is a “very real threat to our community”.

“This is a weapon that has been misused by people across Australia to further their own gain,” he said.

He said the AFP would continue to use its powers to tackle illegal online material and that the internet had “no place” in the way of preventing people from accessing it.

“The online porn industry has a very real, very dangerous threat to the health and safety of Australian communities and to the wellbeing of children,” Mr Hunt said.

“It’s time for us to take action.”

“We are committed to protecting our children’s safety online and have a strong commitment to supporting them through this difficult time.”

Mr Harper said he was also “very concerned” about the online proliferation of violent and pornographic images.

The Australian Bureau of Statistics says there were 1.1 million Australians aged between 13 and 24 who have an internet connection at the end of March.

According to the Bureau, about half of those were between the ages of 14 and 17, and one in four were aged between 15 and 19.

Online porn can be a gateway to internet-based crime.

There are some “good” and “bad” websites, according to the Australian Crime Commission, with the latter a “good place to find safe and legal content”.

According the AFP’s website, it has a “strong policy of not accepting or supporting child pornography”.

There is also a risk that internet users may try to hide the content of their internet-connected devices from police.

In the United States, there have been several cases of internet users in California being charged with possession of child pornography after a sting operation led to the arrest of an internet user.

But the issue of online pornography in Australia is more complicated, as it is an issue that is being tackled in Australia.

A new survey commissioned by the Australian Bureau is due to be released on Thursday.

It is expected to provide “the first comprehensive analysis of the prevalence and incidence of online child sexual exploitation”, it says.

As well as a look at the “role of technology” in internet pornography, it will look at how technology is affecting internet users and how they are interacting with it.

In the survey, respondents were asked whether they were aware of internet porn and whether they had seen it.

The vast majority of respondents said they were unaware of it.

About 30 per cent of respondents were unaware that they were viewing pornography online, compared to only 10 per cent who were aware that they had access to it.

A significant number of respondents believed they had never viewed child pornography, and about half believed that they “did not have a sexual interest in children”.

However, the survey found that almost a quarter of respondents admitted that they have viewed child porn on a “regular basis”.

Among those who have, about a third said they had “often” or “always” viewed the material.

A further 16 per cent had seen child pornography on occasion, and the rest had “sometimes” or never.

About 40 per cent said they did not have an “adult sexual interest” in children.

Another 22 per cent were “very” or somewhat interested in children, and another 15 per cent reported having a “somewhat” or a “great deal” of interest in them.