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SBP editorial: Laws alone won’t solve our growing porn problem

23rd June, 2019

Last week, two young boys were convicted of the brutal murder of teenager Ana Kriégel.

After the trial, it emerged that Boy A had been looking at an enormous amount of graphic porn on his phone. One of his phones contained more than 10,000 pornographic images, many with undeniably violent overtones. A number of the images involved men choking women, while some of the searches for pornography included searches for ‘Russian teens’, ‘child...

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