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    A school broadband provider says more kids are accessing online pornography

    A school broadband provider says more kids are accessing online pornography


    Network for Learning blocked more than 5-million attempts from the school network - in the past three months.

    Chief Executive Larrie Moore says everyone must stay vigilant, especially as technology use in school increases.

    Children's Minister Tracey Martin is proposing law changes to restrict access to online pornography.

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