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Internet Security Threat Report 2014

Last week we wrote a story debunking a hysterical article by the Daily Mail which claimed kids were at serious risk of viewing pornography while searching online for their favourite toys.

According to the article, porn sites were including words like Barbie, Pokémon, etc into their meta tags to push up traffic and scoop money from banner ads. We ran our own tests and discovered that the likelihood of any children stumbling across porn when looking for Barbie was extremely small.

We hadn't reckoned on our resourceful readers, though, one of whom, Simon Elliott, stumbled upon the holy grail of Barbie porn. We'll say no more, but check it out if you fancy a laugh. Click here. ®

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