Wednesday, April 24, 2013

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April 24, 2013 Newsletter


ACTION ALERT - File your complaint to stop nudity from airing on public TV

FCC Seeks To Weaken Indecency Enforcement
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is responsible for enforcing indecency regulations on broadcast TV. Currently profanity, nudity, obscenity, etc are not allowed on the public airways, however the if they move forward with their proposals, the f-word, s-word and female frontal nudity will be allowed on broadcast TV, even during hours when kids are surely watching. 


Over 75,000 public comments opposing this change have been filed. PLEASE TAKE A MOMENT to file an official complaint with them, demanding we keep the current standards. There's not much time left to get your comment in.


2. Enter the code "13-86″ in the "Proceeding Number" box and fill out the few remaining required fields. 

3. Enter your comment in the text box provided and click "Continue." 

4. From there, review your comment and click "Confirm." 



Addiction Help For Youth! 



Fight The New Drug has developed a program to help young people facing an addiction to pornography eventually reach long-lasting freedom. They just released this manual FORTIFY, which includes the tools, education, and resources necessary to help you or someone you love overcome this addiction.

New Filter for Macs

Filtering and accountability software company, Covenant Eyes, just released a new filter MAC filter. Check it out here. 


Note: They have accountability and filtering apps for iPhones, Android phones and many tablets as well. Are you and your family protected? 


Media Tool For Parents

As the summer movie box office approaches Hollywood releases big movies some of which include content not appropriate for your children.


Movieguide provides summaries of all content in movies so that parents can make informed decisions about what to allow their children to watch. Sign up for the enewsletter and download their app here.


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This effort is directed by Morality In Media, Inc.

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