The NSPCC is calling for tighter online porn controls


The NSPCC is renewing calls to make internet porn sites opt-in only for adults.

This comes after a judge in Edinburgh accepted that a 12 year-old boy who raped a nine year-old girl was influenced by a number of explicit websites.

The boy was not given a custodial sentence.

The head of the NSPCC's sexual abuse programme John Brown spoke to BBC Radio 5 live's Victoria Derbyshire.

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