Pornography Filter

Students for Child-Oriented Policy has made a public call to filter pornography at the University of Notre Dame. More than 2,400 members of the Notre Dame community have signed our petition for a campus-wide filter on University Wi-Fi.

Beyond our own campus, SCOP’s filter proposal has already had a major national impact. Our campaign inspired Catholic University of America, Georgetown University, and King’s College students to call on their own administrations to filter pornography, and the movement is growing on other campuses. This April, Catholic University of America’s student government approved a Wi-Fi filter resolution. In wonderful news, their University President, John Garvey, said: “I am very proud of our students for passing the resolution. The University intends to implement it.”

To date, over 100 articles on the filter proposal have appeared in national news sites. Our campaign has been featured on ABC News Nightline, the National Review, America Magazine, FOX News Radio, and Drudge Report.