8 companies that made changes to reduce sexual exploitation

Amazon | Reuters/Mike Segar


Included on the 2020 Dirty Dozen List as a result of its failure to “create better systems to prevent kids from easily accessing the many Amazon Prime titles that contain gratuitous nudity and sexual violence,” Amazon "finally rolled out some parental controls, including the ability to set up different profiles with content restrictions" over the summer, NCOSE noted.

While acknowledging that Amazon Prime has made improvements, NCOSE stressed that the company “still has many major problems to fix.” Several concerns about Amazon, specifically, the availability of “incest-themed porn, sex dolls, photography books with eroticized child nudity, and pornographic magazines,” remain unresolved.

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