Most Teenagers Have Viewed Online Pornography, Some On Social Media

Marketers for years have fretted that their advertising appears next to objectionable content on video-sharing sites such as YouTube or social media platforms such as Facebook. While many of these digital platforms have worked to improve brand safety, a recent study indicates that U.S. teenagers are being exposed to pornography …

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