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Chinese sex educator calls for control on porn sites

A Chinese sex educator has called for more control on porn sites on the Internet.

New Delhi, May 26 : A Chinese sex educator has called for more control on porn sites on the Internet.

"Technically, China could bring in the system to guide our young people," said Zhang Meimei, director of the research center on the sex education at Capital Normal University.

Zhang, according to The China Daily, claims that some 370 million sexually explicit Web sites put the country's 20 million Internet users under the age of 18 at risk.

Zhang, who has studied sex education for 16 years, said Web sites should cater to the needs of juveniles and improve their environment because "it is impossible to block all the unhealthy information on the Internet."

"Information on these sites plays a key role in crimes involved with sex", she said, adding the prime task is to help young people improve their ability to judge what is right, and to control themselves when reading unhealthy content,"

Ministry of Public Security spokesman Wu Heping says as much as 80 percent of juvenile delinquency were caused by juveniles' exposure to sexually explicit Web sites all over the world.

China has the second largest Internet users of 144 million, only behind the United States.

China has recently launched a campaign to clean up the Internet. Law enforcement departments found and deleted over 60,000 posts and ordered the closure of more than 2,000 sites.


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