Porn for Cyber Safety? New Zealand's Govt Campaign Successfully Wins Attention

Published June 24th, 2020 - 06:42 GMT
Porn for Cyber Safety? New Zealand's Govt Campaign Successfully Wins Attention
The government's "Keep It Real Online" campaign presented a 1-minute video to raise a red flag about kids watching porn online. (YouTube)

Trying to unlock interesting content while discussing a not-so-interesting topic, the New Zealand government seems to have scored a win.

Warning of cybersecurity safety issues, the government's "Keep It Real Online" campaign presented a 1-minute video to raise a red flag about kids watching porn online and the importance of educating them on the difference between what porn videos portray and real-life relationships.

In the short, yet funny and intriguing video, two "naked porn stars" make a quick visit to a local household and tell a domestic mother about her young kid's behavior online. They discuss "the absence of consent in adult videos and the need for kids and young teenagers to realize that such videos don't represent the reality of relationships."

Social media users applauded the video and the advice it incorporates, arguing that it's the best form to make sure the message reaches out to every possible user of cyberspace.


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