• Sexual exploitation victory! Roku Shuts Down Pornhub and Other Porn Channels

    After years of advocacy from the National Center on Sexual Exploitation and international allies, Roku is finally cutting ties with pornography platforms, including Pornhub. Roku, a leading media streaming company, provides its users with the ability to stream television programs, movies, music, and more, on their personal devices. Unfortunately, Roku has also long facilitated access […]

  • The Mental Health Impacts on Survivors of the Commercial Sex Industry

    October marks Mental Health Awareness Month, dedicated to highlighting the impact and importance of mental health. As the National Alliance on Mental Illness explains:  “Each year, millions of Americans face the reality of living with a mental health condition. However, mental illness affects everyone directly or indirectly through family, friends or coworkers. That is why each […]

  • California Bill Providing Relief for Trafficking Victims Receives Support

    A new California that is being introduced next January has received the support of The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE). The NCOSE says that California bill AB 262 will provide one of the “best forms of exit services” for victims of human trafficking once it goes into law in January 2022.  Related: Christian Leader: “Facebook Allowing […]

  • Utah Passes Law Requiring Pornography Filters on Phones, Tablets to Protect Kids

    The state of Utah has approved a bill that will require cell phones and tablets sold within the state to contain filters that block pornography. The news has been welcomed by The National Cente on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE), which has applauded Utah’s passage of the Device Filter Amendments (HB 72). Under Utah law, manufacturers of smartphones […]